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How the Case for Owning American Electric Power for the Next Decade Has Changed

With a new decade on the horizon, investors need to be considering what worked over the past decade and whether they should expect the same or different outcomes for what ...
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While US Closed on 4th of July, the Global Markets Keep On Ticking

The 4th of July is one of the biggest holidays in America. Unlike many other major holidays, the United States is really the only nation in the world to celebrate ...
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Did Massive ETF Inflows in Stocks, Bonds & Gold Mark a Summer Top in All 3 Asset Classes?

More and more cash is going to work into the financial markets. The problem with that statement is that the money is being put to work in all of the ...
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Despite a Strong June Rally, Investors Are Actually the Most Bearish in Over 10 Years

Even though the markets have traded sideways for the last 18 months plus, the bull market that started in March of 2009 appears to be on very thin ice, and ...
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8 Stocks That Will Win as the Fed Lowers Interest Rates

The debate is on over whether or not Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve's FOMC will lower interest rates sooner rather than later. Some pundits and investors had been calling ...
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China Lowering US Treasury Debt Holdings Brings More Risk to China Than US

The belief has become widespread that trade wars, particularly deep and long-lasting ones, result in no winners. The United States and China are now involved in the beginnings of a trade ...
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Good News for Boeing as Bond Investors Want to Buy Up Its New Debt Offering

It is no secret that Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) has seen its shares of problems in the wake of the two 737 MAX air crashes and the subsequent grounding of ...
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Why There Is Too Much Emphasis on Recession and the Inverted Yield Curve in 2019

Get ready, because the recession is coming. The only problem is that the "when that will be" probably is not as soon as many financial media reports might have you ...
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High Debt Maturities Bring Risk to the Endless Stock Buyback Addiction After 2018

Now that 2018 is nearing an end, it is a serious time for investors to start thinking about expectations in 2019 rather than looking back at how choppy 2018 has been. ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business Today

Elon Musk has attacked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in a new tweet. According to The Wall Street Journal: Elon Musk risked reigniting a battle with federal securities ...
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Rising Interest Rates and All, 13 Blue Chips Outyield 10-Year and 30-Year Treasuries

After a series of stops and starts throughout the Federal Reserve's interest rate hiking cycle, the eventual rise in long-term interest rates finally has started to play out in 2018. ...
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Dow Drops Back to January 11 Level: Battle Between Corporate Earnings and Inflation

To put the 666-point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in context, the index fell back to its January 11 level. From that point of view, not very much ...
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Friday’s Stock Market Panic, by the Numbers … and Keeping It All Relative

Is volatility finally back? You bet your assets it is. The Dow Jones Industrials fell well over 600 points into the closing bell, and the major equity indexes followed suit. As ...
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Rising Treasury Yields Already Posing Added Risks to Bull Market in Stocks?

When 24/7 Wall St. ran its 10 serious risks that could wreck the raging bull market in stocks, a quick rise in interest rates was one of those risks. Now ...
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Oppenheimer Out With 10 Huge Predictions for 2018

The minute the New Year's celebrations end, and the markets start trading again, there is bound to be a host of predictions for 2018, and at 24/7 Wall St. we ...
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