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Eagle Weekly Investor: What the Bond Market Is Trying to Tell Investors

Eagle Weekly Investor
What the Bond Market Is Trying to Tell Investors
by Doug Fabian
With bond prices having slowly crawled back down to pre-Brexit levels and a Fed rate expected in December, now may be a good time to reallocate your holdings -- especially for long-term Treasuries...
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by Bryan Perry
Top-down investing involves looking at the overall economy and breaking it into finer details. By contrast, bottom-up investing focuses more on individual stocks and less on the market as a whole. While investors may heavily debate the merits of one versus the other, in the right hands, both strategies can lead to investments that pay...
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Five years of research have led a top-20 living economist to uncover some really fascinating -- and extremely profitable -- trading patterns in certain stocks. During specific 14-25 day periods each year, these select few stocks produce some of the biggest-short term gains in the market. They don’t require options, penny stocks, or...
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by Nicholas Vardy
Harvard may be a household name, the Harvard endowment fund has been able to muster only a 2% loss over the last 12 months. Meanwhile, the Nevada State Pension Fund's one-man team has handily outperformed it. Learn from the mistakes that even Harvard fell prey to...
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by Mark Skousen
The Motley Fool is regarded as an unorthodox investment group. In an interview with its CEO, Tom Gardner, the company revealed one of its key strategies for generating high returns -- making the right picks and sticking with them for at least five years ...
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by Doug Fabian
Asia has always been a lucrative opportunity for investors. This exchange-traded fund offers an excellent representation of the Asian market, with a slight bias towards large-cap companies as a protective measure...
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by Tim McPartland
People’s United Financial Inc., a local bank that operates in the Connecticut, New York and Maine areas, has just issued a junk-rated preferred stock. While “junk” issues are below investment-grade, this company’s solid financials make its issues more attractive than normal...
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One of your most valuable retirement assets -- and one that is neglected and misunderstood by most -- delivers guaranteed, inflation-adjusted lifetime income. Many people take steps that unwittingly reduce their benefits. I’ve been poking around the Social Security rules for years and have uncovered strategies that let people dramatically increase the lifetime income available to them and their loved ones.

In Secrets to Boosting Social Security Benefits, I explain when it makes sense to delay benefits. You’ll also learn:
  • The 62/70 split, and why most couples should consider it…
  • How you might receive benefits now, and higher benefits later.
  • What the Social Security-Medicare connection is and why it matters to you, and much more.
You don’t go to the IRS for tax reduction strategies, so you shouldn’t rely on Social Security to tell you how to maximize your retirement benefits. Learn more… Click Here to Read More...
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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