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Eagle Weekly Investor: How the Earnings Minefield Conflicts with Bullish Sentiment

Eagle Weekly Investor
How the Earnings Minefield Conflicts with Bullish Sentiment
by Bryan Perry
When facts don't point to the same conclusion, investors and the average consumer can get very confused. Earnings reports have come in light of estimates, but a bullish tone prevails in the market. How should one approach this contrast...
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by Bob Carlson
IRAs are probably the most valuable assets you have, or they will be after you roll over a 401(k) into one. Study this review of the most expensive and common IRA mistakes and resolve not to commit them this year....
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Right now, I’m genuinely scared for what could happen to the people of this country. For months now, I’ve been conducting research about a financial “trigger event” that could turn the entire financial system as we know it upside-down. And when this event occurs later in 2016 after the election in November -- regardless of who wins the election....
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by Nicholas Vardy
According to the Global Competitiveness Report, the list of the world's most competitive economies, taken broadly, has seen little change in the last 10 years. However, the details have changed significantly. Read on for the full analysis....
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by Doug Fabian
The passing of legendary musician Prince was a heavy blow to the world of music, but the fact that he died without any kind of will should serve as an important reminder to investors: don't let others dictate what is done with the fruit of your life's work....
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by Mark Skousen
Is there any solution to poverty, or are we destined to witness a permanent welfare class in America? The answer to this question may lie partly with "workfare" initiatives that have yielded great results in some states....
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by Paul Dykewicz
A rising dividend policy means more than just extra money for shareholders of a company. It is, in a sense, a positive statement about the company's performance and an indicator that its management team can responsibly use capital....
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Conventional wisdom says that you can’t own gold in your IRA. However, there are three loopholes that allow you to own gold and other collectibles in your personal IRA.

Discover what they are in the IRA Investment Guide: A Road Map for Avoiding the Traps and Penalties for IRA Investments. This special report protects you from making innocent mistakes that could trigger big penalties from the IRS. With the IRS Investment Guide at your side, you’ll be able to navigate around the twists, turns, detours and potholes the tax code places in the way of those who want to invest in something other than simple stocks, bonds or mutual funds in their IRA account.

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