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Eagle Weekly Investor: Don't Look Now, But Gold Is Moving Higher

Eagle Weekly Investor
Don't Look Now, But Gold Is Moving Higher
by Mark Skousen
Gold is on the rise again as the Fed creates uncertainty about interest rate hikes and pumps money into the banking system. However, you don't have to be in the doomsday camp to believe that now is a good time to invest in the precious metal....
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by Bryan Perry
Investors may be optimistic about rising crude prices and a proposal by several major oil-exporting countries to freeze production, but this is akin to bank robbers agreeing on who is going to rob which bank in the same city....
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Whether you’re ready for it or not, the shocking truth is that Hillary Clinton could very well be the next President of the United States. Dr. Mark Skousen has been researching this possibility since Hillary first announced she was running, and his findings have pointed to a fallout that will devastate most individual investors. But those who know what moves to make....
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by Doug Fabian
Why is gold is up big time? The reason is related to the impressive first-quarter recovery in the stock market. Learn more about what you can do to start making profits in this booming area....
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by Nicholas Vardy
A dirty little secret of investing is that the asset class you invest in -- say stocks vs. bonds vs. commodities -- matters more than the stock you choose. As the Periodic Table of Investment Returns from Callan Associates shows, small-cap stocks sweep the field....
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by Paul Dykewicz
Whether investing in the stock market or riding a motorbike, risk is part of life. After the heartbreaking loss of a promising player, Coach John Harbaugh of the Baltimore Ravens wrote an open letter on seizing life's opportunities while avoiding needless risk....
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by Doug Fabian
When most people think of gold funds, it's a safe bet that the SPDR Gold Shares (GLD) is one of the first ones to come to mind. However, this smaller exchange-traded fund (ETF) offers an interesting alternative for investors looking to ride the gold wave....
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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.

Historically, this high-tech advantage has only been available to the biggest traders on The Street -- but now it’s finally available to everyday investors like you. To find out how... Click Here to Read More...
Eagle Financial Publications is located in Washington, D.C. – only a few blocks from the Capitol. Our products have been helping investors build their wealth for several decades. Whether you’re a long-term investor or short-term trader, you’ll find the right strategy for you, including how to earn more steady income to spend now, preserve and grow your capital to enjoy later, and whatever other investment goals you have.
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