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Eagle Weekly Investor: These Billionaires Moved Just to Avoid State Income Tax

 
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These Billionaires Moved Just to Avoid State Income Tax
05/07/2016
 
 
by Mark Skousen
One big hedge fund manager just moved out of New Jersey and settled in Florida. His reason? Income taxes are too high in his former state. You wouldn't believe how much he's saving in income taxes next year....
 
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by Doug Fabian
With the surge in gold and silver prices this year, mining companies associated with precious metals have been strong market performers. One silver mining fund though has pulled away from all others, currently posting triple-digit percentage gains...
 
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Whether you are 40 or 80, forget everything you’ve heard about retirement. It’s all changed and will change again. This new research can show you how to stay on top of these changes, and use them to create the retirement you desire....
 
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by Bryan Perry
When markets are trading sideways and it's hard to know what the Fed is thinking, long-term buy-and-hold strategies are only going to frustrate investors. To make a profit, it's necessary to play market volatility...
 
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by Nicholas Vardy
China is definitely not the easiest global stock market for investors. Nevertheless, Warren Buffett has managed to make money in this difficult environment. Read on to find out what ideas let him turn a profit....
 
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by Doug Fabian
Markets were recovering well for the last few months, but lately they have been having difficulty moving up. What headwinds are keeping stock prices and the economy rooted in place? Read this article to find out....
 
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by Paul Dykewicz
Don't be content to just receive extra money in the form of dividends every month, do some research. Finding out the dividend payout ratio of a particular company can help you determine whether or not they are worth investing your hard-earned dollars in....
 
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Four decades ago, a special regulation -- well, more of a restriction -- was imposed on an industry with sky-high profit potential. Ever since then, American companies have been trying to find a loophole with no success… until now.

A single company has become one of the most profitable in America by discovering a way to sidestep this old rule. In fact, they stand to make hundreds of millions of dollars starting this year. Learn their ticker symbol, their unique situation and how to play it for huge gains in the coming months. Click Here to Read More...
 
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