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Eagle Weekly Investor: Brexit Creates Bear Market in Europe, Bull Market in United States

Eagle Weekly Investor
Brexit Creates Bear Market in Europe, Bull Market in United States
by Doug Fabian
In the post-Brexit world, Europe and the United States are experiencing opposite reactions to the same event. Many U.S. stocks are reaching new all-time highs while European benchmark indicators are heading towards all-time lows. In this game of opposites, does either one make for a good investment choice right now?...
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by Nicholas Vardy
Emerging markets have been underperfoming the S&P 500 for more than five years straight. As an investor, you have every right to be wary of this sector. However, 2016 may just be the year in which emerging markets make a comeback, and here's why....
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When one market-beating analyst recently cautioned that Americans nearing retirement could be facing a “2008-style meltdown” that could wipe out their savings, I was skeptical at first. But then, he presented eight disturbing charts that prove....
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by Bryan Perry
In today's unique market environment, data is truly king. If a well-known company reports poorly on earnings, it gets burned financially. If a good amount of favorable data is announced, the market will almost certainly respond in a positive manner. Here's the reaction from some of this week's noticeable data points....
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by Paul Dykewicz
If you were of the opinion that bearish investors couldn't make money when the bulls were in command of the market and vice-versa, think again. The latest "Bulls vs. Bears" debate at FreedomFest showed that, despite their different approaches, both camps could find profitable sectors in the current market environment....
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by Mark Skousen
FreedomFest, the “greatest libertarian event in the country,” gave attendees a thrilling series of debates, trials and speeches last week on topics that ranged from politics to finance. Check out my recap of some of the best debates....
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by Bob Carlson
As men and women get older, having an estate plan in place becomes increasingly important. Yet, there is much more to having a solid estate plan than many realize. You can check out my list of ideal goals for a "complete" and healthy plan by reading this article....
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