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Eagle Weekly Investor: Why October is Going to be a Wild Ride

 
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Why October is Going to be a Wild Ride
10/08/2016
 
 
by Bryan Perry
Following the Fed’s recent decision to leave interest rates untouched, another source of uncertainty has arisen. Investors are now afraid that Deutsche Bank -- the German banking giant -- could collapse, and their apprehension has shaken stock markets. Prepare yourself for it....
 
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by Mark Skousen
Keynesian economics champions the belief that easy-money policies from the government benefit the economy as a whole. A current example of the Keynesian policy in action is the continuous delay in an interest rate hike. Find out how investors like you are affected...
 
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Earlier this year, I predicted that the opening of diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba would eventually create massive profit opportunities in a variety of sectors. However, things are unfolding much quicker than I imagined, as the first commercial flight to Cuba just took off recently!

This is the first of five Cuban “foundation plays” I’ve identified that could score you multiples of your money. And you can play them from the same U.S. exchanges you’re already using, like NASDAQ and NYSE. But you must hurry...
 
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by Doug Fabian
In recent weeks, gold -- a commodity that saw substantial profits earlier in the year -- plummeted to its lowest level since June. The question before investors: is the price of gold low enough to buy with confidence, or will patience prove to be the winner?...
 
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by Nicholas Vardy
Presidential candidate Donald Trump believes that the uneasy peace in the stock markets today is merely an illusion, ready to collapse at the slightest hint of an interest rate increase. Read our analysis and decide if you share his point of view...
 
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by Doug Fabian
Most of the emerging markets funds out there have their attention fixed on equities. But this particular fund has its money in government bonds, which pay consistent income. Read on to find out if this fund is right for you...
 
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by Tim McPartland
When a large company issues a preferred offering with a coupon as low as 5.20%, I would normally be hesitant to jump on board. In the case of this real estate investment trust, you receive consistent, investment-grade distributions...
 
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There’s a new income investing strategy that has investors all across the country buzzing with excitement. It’s a little-known strategy that lets you collect instant income on big name stocks like Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Costco. But the best part is that you don’t have to own any of the stocks!

Plus, you can even use this strategy to collect income from companies that don’t pay dividends! Bottom line: investors are collecting payments of $400... $500... sometimes $600… from companies they don’t even own. Click Here to Read More...
 
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