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Why Fidelity National is Setting Up for its Next Leg Higher
by Optin November 15, 2017 Pivotal Point Trader
The financial services sector is in the midst of a digital transformation. With 20,000 clients worldwide and 27 billion transactions processed, Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) is in a unique position to capitalize. Its business and share price have reached a pivotal point of inflection, which is why we put them in our Pivotal Point Trader portfolio last week. […]
There’s an old Wall Street adage that says: “Don’t panic until the last bear throws in the towel.” Folks, start panicking. Billionaire Investor David Einhorn Throws in the Towel, You Should Too
by Jeff Yastine October 25, 2017 Stocks
There’s an old Wall Street adage that says: “Don’t panic until the last bear throws in the towel.” Folks, start panicking.
In an average year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 produce half of their gains in this three-month period. October Begins the Best 3 Months of the Year
by Michael Carr September 26, 2017 Stocks
In an average year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 produce half of their gains in this three-month period.

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