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Stock Investor Insights: Time to Sell Expedia

Time to Sell Expedia


Time to Sell Expedia

by Mike Turner

After a remarkable run of 29% increase in its share price over the past 12 months, now may be the time to sell Expedia, as the technical indicators and weakening dividend yields raise doubts in the stock...

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How to Navigate the “Kiddie Tax”

by Bob Carlson

If you are thinking about transferring investment assets (e.g. stock) to your children, make sure you don’t give too much or you might trigger the stealthy kiddie tax...

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Beat the Market with One Simple Chart

After watching Wall Street firms blow through nearly half of his savings in just two years, one self-professed “computer geek” took matters into his own hands… by creating a trading system that lets you see 90 days into the market’s future. Any spike, dip, crash, or correction, you’ll be three months ahead of every other investor...

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Why It Pays to be Bullish

by Mark Skousen

Did you know that the Dow has risen 300% since 1917? Even legendary investors like Warren Buffett have said, “it’s tough to beat the market”...

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11 Amazing Things You Can Do With Option Spread Trading

by Billy Williams

Economic mismanagement has forced individual investors to work harder for good returns, but a solid options strategy can be a huge help there...

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34.5% for 5 Years in a Row

Can you really TRIPLE your retirement savings in just 5 years? Sounds far-fetched, doesn’t it? In fact, I wouldn’t have believed it either if I hadn’t seen the evidence with my own eyes. But it’s true… if you’d invested in just 3 very specialized investments in 2012, today you’d have more than tripled your money -- turning every $10,000 into $30,304!

How is that possible? Well, these investments aren’t 10-bagger stocks, option plays, or anything exotic like that. Instead, they’re very standard investments that just keep going up -- between 15.5% and 34.5% annually -- over the last five years. Find out more...

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