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Eagle Weekly Investor: Investors Finding Solace in the Technology Sector

Eagle Weekly Investor
Investors Finding Solace in the Technology Sector
by Bryan Perry
In the aftermath of disturbing price warnings and corresponding tumbles in the share prices of the companies that issue them, my faith is firmly in one sector right now: Technology. One need not look much farther to find a trading space seemingly immune to politics and central bank monetary policy, among other factors....
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by Mark Skousen
If you listen to the doom-and-gloom forecasters, you might be inclined to think that the dollar is in danger of imminent collapse. Pay attention though, and you will find that this prediction is not a sign of the times. The dollar has made significant gains lately, outclassing many other global currencies....
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has some pretty strange ideas, including humans one day becoming subservient to machines and our society being nothing more than a computer simulation. Regardless of whether or not you think he’s crazy, you can’t argue with his multi-billion dollar fortune! And right now, he’s investing heavily in three tech megatrends that....
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by Nicholas Vardy
I'm willing to bet that many investors would name income generation as their #1 priority right now. While it has been a difficult year for income seekers, there are lots of potential places in which growth and profits can be found. Here are three income-producing investments that I've been keeping my eye on lately. ...
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by Doug Fabian
With the craziness of the elections and a stagnant market that just seems to be waiting for Nov. 8 to be past, it is easy for investors to feel stressed about the future. However, taking the time now to prepare and analyze could lead to some big buying opportunities in the near future....
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by Billy Williams
Momentum-oriented investors tend to disregard expert analysis and earnings reports. Instead, they buy or sell based merely on the direction of a price chart. Regardless of your investment philosophy, I believe it's beneficial to learn about the science behind why stock prices move as they do....
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by Tim McPartland
With a December rate hike now looking like a strong possibility, companies are hurrying to lock in the best possible rates. The result? An increased number of preferred stock issues have come onto the market in the last week or so. Here is my breakdown of three notable ones....
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According to Bloomberg, between 50% and 70% of all stock purchases today are based on algorithmic projections, not the choices of individual investors. While these computer algorithms allow institutional investors to make obscene profits, this type of high-frequency, high-accuracy trading hasn’t been available to individual investors like you and me…

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