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What’s so interesting (and dangerous) is that it’s not mortgage debt, but all the nonhousing debt that’s leading the charge this time. Rising Debt Spells ‘Warning!’ for This Bull Market
by Jeff Yastine November 7, 2017 U.S. Economy
What’s so interesting (and dangerous) is that it’s not mortgage debt, but all the nonhousing debt that’s leading the charge this time.
The WTI crude oil price just hit its highest price in 2 1/2 years. We need to know what’s driving it to decide if we should buy some oil producers. Here’s What’s Driving the Oil Price Higher
by Matt Badiali November 7, 2017 Oil
The WTI crude oil price just hit its highest price in 2 1/2 years. We need to know what’s driving it to decide if we should buy some oil producers.
Allocating part of your portfolio to this proven, time-based strategy is essential. You're practically guaranteed to beat the market. What’s The Stock Market? S&P500 & More Explained
by Ted Bauman November 6, 2017 Trading Strategies
Allocating part of your portfolio to this proven, time-based strategy is essential. You're practically guaranteed to beat the market.
Almost all Fed chairs have been economists. But the chair named by President Donald Trump isn’t an economist — and that could be disastrous for our economy. President Trump Names Jerome Powell as Next Fed Chairman
by Chad Shoop November 6, 2017 Government & Politics
Almost all Fed chairs have been economists. But the chair named by President Donald Trump isn’t an economist — and that could be disastrous for our economy.
Proposed corporate tax reform sounds good for earnings on paper. But, as this chart shows, corporations aren’t paying the top rate. Tax Reform Won’t Boost Real Earnings
by Michael Carr November 6, 2017 U.S. Economy
Proposed corporate tax reform sounds good for earnings on paper. But, as this chart shows, corporations aren’t paying the top rate.

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