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Eagle Weekly Investor: Outsmarting the Billionaire Bear Club

Eagle Weekly Investor
Outsmarting the Billionaire Bear Club
by Doug Fabian
The market has not been an easy one to predict. The list of people who are bearish includes many well-known billionaires. But don’t let their opinions sway you. Find out how you can outsmart these billionaire bears here...
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by Nicholas Vardy
Big financial firms like Goldman Sachs employ sophisticated models in making their investments. But do these intimidatingly complex models really lead to more success? Not necessarily...
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It’s been called the “greatest wealth-compounding machine of our time…” and for good reason. It’s beaten the Dow’s returns 11 to 1 since 1986, delivering 17.5% annual returns for 29 years straight. That’s enough to double your money every three years! But most intriguing is what’s ahead for this company...
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by Mark Skousen
Twenty years ago, more than 8,000 publicly traded companies existed on the New York Stock Exchange. Today only 3,700 still remain. Find out what is behind this drop and what it means...
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by Doug Fabian
Emerging markets were the dark-horse sector of 2016. This exchange-traded fund (ETF) not only allows you to invest in this shining sector, it also pays a dividend.....
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by Bryan Perry
The declining sales reports that were recently released do not support the current bullish market trend. Can the stock market continue to climb higher despite falling consumer confidence? Read on to find out...
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by Tim McPartland
Entergy Corp, one of the nation’s largest electrical power production companies, has just released two high-quality bonds for its divisions in Arkansas and Louisiana . It is up to you to take advantage of these investment-grade offerings and lock in a steady gain for the future...
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During the 1930’s, in response to the thousands of bank failures during the Great Depression, the U.S. government took action to protect bank depositors’ money and to prevent bank runs. However, it has been revealed that the FDIC is nothing more than a charade… as it only has enough funds to cover just 1.15% of all deposits. In other words, if you have $100,000 sitting in a bank account -- only $1,150 of it is insured.

And now, to make matters worse, anybody who keeps money in the bank is set to be screwed over if the bank runs start to happen again after an unprecedented “Trigger Event” latter in 2016. Click Here to Read More...
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