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Eagle Weekly Investor: Latest Fed Announcement Is Not What Investors Want to Hear

Eagle Weekly Investor
Latest Fed Announcement Is Not What Investors Want to Hear
by Doug Fabian
Days after the Federal Reserve announced a lower number of rate hikes in 2016, it's looking as if the Fed is now changing its mind. In the wake of the recent terrorist attack, this decision isn't doing investors and the market any favors....
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by Nicholas Vardy
Modern financial thinking often cannot grasp why the market moves as it does. A look at psychology and "behaviorial finance" might just yield an answer though....
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Imagine making $15,200 for every $1,000 profit you’d normally make. That’s the power of Dr. Mark Skousen's “Smart Beta” investing. And it’s no fluke. This three-year, back-tested Smart Beta Profit System “hit” on 71 out of 76 stocks....
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by Bryan Perry
The market has come back in a big way in the past month. What impact has this had on investor sentiment, and where will we go from here...
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by Mark Skousen
Most people probably think of the Bahamas as a paradise. However, the value-added tax (VAT) imposed by Prime Minister Perry Christie has a lot of people there frustrated at the poor economic condition of the country....
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by Doug Fabian
Emerging markets have had a difficult year, but that could be about to change. When emerging markets do turn upward, they may well soar due to their greater likelihood of growth. Here's an exchange-traded fund (ETF) to take advantage of that potential....
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by Paul Dykewicz
Italians, often associated with organized crime and gangs because of movies like "The Godfather," found a source of pride and inspiration in the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Learn more about how Justice Scalia enhanced the image of Italian Americans in the United States....
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How do Goldman-Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and other big-gun Wall Street investment firms book profits up to 99.92% of the time? They do it with trading strategies they’ve spent billions developing -- and with high-tech predictive analytics that overlay these strategies on real-time market data… The net result is trades they’re already certain will be profitable.

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