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The Gold You Should Be Buying - interest rates The Gold You Should Consider Investing in Right Now
by Jeff Opdyke May 11, 2016 Gold
With interest rates in negative territory for much of the globe, and headed there in the U.S., it’s not enough to just own gold … you have to own the right kind of gold.
Bubble, Bubble ... the Fed's in Trouble The $3.7 Trillion Municipal-Bond Market Just Isn’t That “Liquid”
by Jeff Yastine May 10, 2016 Bonds
The Fed is allowing big banks to treat municipal bonds as safe, high-quality assets for emergency reserves. But once you’ve read up on Ramapo, New York, “safe” no longer comes to mind.
Don’t Make the Great Estate Mistake Financial Advisor Explains Probate: Don’t Make the Great Estate Mistake Are you one of the 55% of Americans who will die without a will? If so, you’re putting a lot of faith in the state. When it comes to keeping your estate out of government hands, nothing beats a good old-fashioned will.
U.S. Trouble With American Dividends U.S. Trouble With American Dividends
by Chad Shoop May 6, 2016 Stocks
Rates are headed higher and earnings are headed lower stateside. And yet, dividends are not only unfazed, but recommended on Wall Street. Something's rotten, and it’s time for investors to look abroad for better yield opportunities.
The Wall Street Money Suck Wall Street Secret: Management Fees Are Draining Your Investment Profits Have you been sucked in by Wall Street’s pitch? Don’t pay millions in fees to fund managers ... there are better ways to invest and grow your wealth.

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