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Eagle Weekly Investor: Forecasting the Future through Forward-Thinking

Eagle Weekly Investor
Forecasting the Future through Forward-Thinking
by Mark Skousen
“The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior” -- this old saying does not hold true when it comes to predicting stock prices....
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by Nicholas Vardy
Reflect for a moment on your own wealth management strategy. You can find new, smarter ways to put your hard-earned money to work for you with these "alternative" methods....
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At an investment conference just a few years ago, I was presented with some very unusual charts. A handful of stocks vastly outperform the market in specific time frames, year after year… for 9, 10, even 11 years in a row. After some investigating, I was shocked to find...
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by Harry Domash
To participate in the booming real estate market, you don’t need millions of dollars in your bank account. Instead, you can just buy a share in a real estate investment trust (REIT)....
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by Doug Fabian
Think of low bond yields as a yellow traffic light. You're not told to bring your investments to a grinding halt, but merely to use caution....
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by Bryan Perry
The expected number of jobs created for May was 155,000, when the actual number came in at just 38,000. Find out how this will affect the market and your investment plans....
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by Doug Fabian
Even though the precious metals' surge experienced a slight hiccup recently, the triple-digit-percentage gain of this one gold fund proves that the trend is as strong as ever....
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If you rely on dividend stocks for income, you could be in big trouble. The first quarter of 2016 saw the worst dividend cuts since the Great Recession. A total of 189 companies cut dividend payments to shareholders. But while some companies are slashing, others are increasing dividends. And I’d like to give you names of the nine strongest dividend payers I’ve found -- free.

Each company has a solid record of RAISING dividends on a regular basis -- in good times and bad. Now, you can get the complete list, absolutely free. Click Here to Read More...
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