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Eight Serious Market Indicators to Watch During This Correction

Any time a market peaks, investors and commentators talk about the expectations of a sell-off. The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average peaked less than two weeks ago. Now ...
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Corn Field

Price of Corn Flakes to Rise

The size of this year's corn crop is expected to be smaller than last year's, raising the price farmers can expect to get for their crop and raising the price ...
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Russia

Is a Nine-Day Winning Streak in Emerging Market ETFs Too Much?

How long should a winning streak really last in the stock market? A casual market observer might think the market has a 50-50 chance of being up or down on ...
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Brazil Credit Rating Downgraded by Standard & Poor’s

If you want proof that the emerging market BRIC trade strategy of Brazil, Russia, India and China is less and less opportunistic now, what does it tell you when a ...
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JapanSushi

Credit Suisse Says to Exit Overweight Japan Trade

The pro-Japan quantitative easing trade is coming to an end. At least that is what Credit Suisse has telegraphed in its global equity strategy sector outlook. The firm's Andrew Garthwaite ...
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Bali

Is It Safe for Investors to Chase Indonesia?

Credit Suisse's Jahanzeb Naseer is out with an Indonesia market strategy call. Most investors know the term BRIC for Brazil, Russia, India and China. Now the new term is MINT, ...
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Russia

Does Putin Care About Russia’s Stock Market at All?

Vladimir Putin's decision to try to seize Crimea from Ukraine may make nationalists happy, but investors -- Russian or otherwise -- are getting clobbered. Russian stocks have been in a ...
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Buyback ETF Manager Has Three Top Buyback Stocks Now

Some investors love dividends, while others prefer share buybacks to drive the shares higher through time. Some investors love both. 24/7 Wall St. recently had a chance to speak with ...
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More Woes for MLPs Ahead?

Master limited partnerships, or MLPs, have become big business and have become more prevalent in investor portfolios over the past couple of years. They give exposure to the growing oil ...
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Fast Money Capitulation Day in Natural Gas

The trade in natural gas just became more interesting. After the polar vortex created snow storm after snow storm, temperatures around the U.S. have not been crazy for a week. ...
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Gold Bugs Chart Dilemma: Breakout or Fake Out?

Gold is back. After challenging $1,200 per ounce in December, gold bugs have become bullish again and the shiny yellow metal is back above $1,300 per ounce. Now a key ...
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Warren Buffett

Meet the 2014 Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Stocks

As many consider Warren Buffett to be the greatest investor of modern times, investors want to know any time there are big changes in the Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) ...
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Gold and Silver

The Big Buy Signal in Gold Miners — Maybe in Gold Too

Being in the gold mining and production business sure lost its luster, compared to when gold was on its way up to $2,000 per ounce. All things, even bad things, ...
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Money down the Drain

Bond Market Signals Worse Than Orderly Stock Market Sell-Off

Goldman Sachs and other investment firms warned that the market was getting more and more at risk of a 10% stock market correction, with the caveat that stocks would resume ...
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Five Unusual Alternatives to Investing in Gold

Throughout history, investors have often regarded gold as a safe haven -- an asset that can, at the very least, keep its value over time. In the past, a number ...
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