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Looking for Bargains in Bullish Sectors

It has been an impressive week for the Nasdaq as the technology-weighted index soared to a new all-time high last Thursday to touch 7,768 before pulling back slightly in Friday’s tariff-related sell-off. In all actuality though, most tech stocks are behaving very well when it …

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Why Great Companies May Not Be Great Stocks

“Obvious prospects for growth in a business do not translate into obvious profits for investors.” — Ben Graham Wall Street is full of potholes and danger signs. There are puzzles, paradoxes and anomalies in the stock market that often defy explanation. For example, there’s the …

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Meanwhile, 10 Miles From The White House…

Now that Trump has solved Northeast Asia’s problems, maybe he can get to a problem in our country — in fact, within 10 miles of the White House. For some reason, The Washington Post recently ran an article on something important — the MS-13 gang …

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‘Paving for Pizza’: A Free-Market Ideal

“But Jim, who would build the roads if we didn’t have government?” That’s the bromide argument that any free-market, small “l” libertarian like me hears whenever we suggest that government isn’t required to carry out societal tasks such as building infrastructure like dams, bridges and …

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Invest in Value with This Fund

The Fidelity Value Factor ETF (FVAL) is an open-ended fund that focuses on value investing. The fund’s objective is to provide returns that reflect the performance of stocks of large- and mid-cap U.S. companies that have attractive valuations. By definition, investors who engage in value …

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Apple Innovates and Ascends toward $1 Trillion Market Cap

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq:AAPL) revealed innovations at its recent worldwide developers’ conference that should help the company to keep growing its revenues, profits and share price while it also ascends toward an unprecedented market capitalization of $1 trillion. The results of the developers’ conference on Monday, …

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Generating Rising Income in a Rising-Rate Market

I get emails from many subscribers about how best to generate a reliable income stream that accomplishes the goals of beating the rate of inflation, isn’t at risk of price erosion because of rising interest rates and sports a yield that greatly exceeds that of …

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The ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ Debate: The Poor Dad is Winning!

“The poor and middle-class work for money. The rich have money work for them.” — Robert Kiyosaki, author, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” Which is the better road to financial success: working for others or working for yourself? FreedomFest attendees this July 11-14 (only a month away!) will have an opportunity to personally meet Robert Kiyosaki, author …

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I Have a Dream … About Gay Wedding Cakes

The Supreme Court’s recent decision on whether a Christian baker can be forced to make a wedding cake for a gay marriage (no) arriving on the same day that Bill Clinton reared his syphilitic head on NBC’s “Today” reminded me how liberals always use black …

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Accept Nothing Less Than Full Victory

When it comes to important dates in history, some days are more equal than others. And today, June 6, is one of those days. That’s because today marks the 74th anniversary of D-Day, a seminal event in the history of human conflict and the struggle …

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