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Eagle Weekly Investor: Clinton or Trump: Who's Better for the U.S. Economy?

 
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Clinton or Trump: Who’s Better for the U.S. Economy?
07/30/2016
 
 
by Mark Skousen
This year’s Presidential campaign has been a historic one. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have contrasting views on the policies to facilitate an economical recovery. Could Trump truly make America great again? Read to find out more...
 
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by Doug Fabian
After the recent record performance of the stock market, progress seemed to stall as stocks are neither rising nor falling. Where should we put our money in a situation like this? The answer may be in the emerging markets. ...
 
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The Donald Trump presidential campaign has captured the gaze of the entire nation… and Obama’s loving it. The distraction is giving him cover to do practically whatever he wants. The worst part is that one of his biggest under-the-radar abuses is about to ruin the retirement dreams of millions of Americans… ...
 
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by Bryan Perry
As the U.S. economy rebounds from its current sluggish stance, hopes in the markets are running high. But not all sectors are safe to invest in, so find out which ones are your best bet and which ones could be your biggest gambles....
 
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by Nicholas Vardy
The Chinese electric vehicle giant, BYD Company, has a low-profile public image that is drastically different from Tesla’s sleek, next-generation buzz. However, BYD has been quietly growing and is gradually showing potential to overtake Tesla. Find out which company you should consider investing in....
 
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by Ned Piplovic
Gold has done remarkably well so far this year, amid an uncertain market. Here is an in-depth guide on seven gold-related investments that are on the rise and are paying out increasing dividends as an extra layer of protection....
 
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As the markets exploded in recent weeks, things are rather quiet in the preferred stock arena. What should you be considering? You may need to move slowly or even wait....
 
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