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Eagle Weekly Investor: Where to Invest for Income when Rates Rise

Eagle Weekly Investor
Where to Invest for Income when Rates Rise
by Bryan Perry
With the economy likely facing an interest rate hike in December and possibly early 2017, markets have already begun to react. If you are looking to reallocate capital, energy infrastructure and natural resources are just two of the sectors that may see a large boost in the near future...
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by Nicholas Vardy
The “Wisdom of Crowds” describes the phenomenon that a collective group makes better decisions than the individuals by themselves due to the sharing of information. We can apply this approach to investing by combining the algorithms of several top-performing strategies...
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Even though your computer did not come from the factory with a “magic button” on it that makes you money whenever you press it, we’ve found a way to essentially install such a button on your PC. And by pressing this “button” every single month, you could tap into a revolutionary new way to make incredible income...
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by Ned Piplovic
Although Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has never paid a cent in dividends, two thirds of Berkshire’s assets -- under Buffett’s guidance -- are invested in dividend-paying companies. Read on for Buffett's personal top 10 income-stock picks...
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by Mark Skousen
Capitalism has long been the foundation of the American economic system. According to CEOs of companies like Whole Foods Market, even though Trump is the first pure businessman to run for president, his beliefs diverge from the fundamental values of capitalism and may actually stifle business growth...
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by Doug Fabian
If you thought Nov. 8 meant the end of the election cycle and a rejuvenated market environment, brace yourself. The elections could throw investors a curveball, and then there's still a December rate hike....
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by Doug Fabian
This large, liquid exchange-traded fund buys shares of large-cap companies in the Asia Pacific region. Its year-to-date return of 12.2% is almost triple the return of the overall U.S. stock market. Read on for more details ...
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Eagle Financial Publications is located in Washington, D.C. – only a few blocks from the Capitol. Our products have been helping investors build their wealth for several decades. Whether you’re a long-term investor or short-term trader, you’ll find the right strategy for you, including how to earn more steady income to spend now, preserve and grow your capital to enjoy later, and whatever other investment goals you have.
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