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Supposedly, if interest rates are high, bonds are attractive and stocks suffer. But like so much conventional wisdom, this doesn’t hold up under scrutiny. Surprise: Rising Interest Rates Are Bullish
by Michael Carr January 30, 2017 Trading Strategies
Supposedly, if interest rates are high, bonds are attractive and stocks suffer. But like so much conventional wisdom, this doesn’t hold up under scrutiny.
Put Power in Your Passport Put Power in Your Passport
by Jessica Cohn January 28, 2017 Offshore Solutions
Even though your U.S passport holds vast weight, it’s not actually the most powerful one out there. In fact, it’s tied for third with other countries. So, who’s on top and why?
GDP: A Wrench in the Recovery A Wrench in the Recovery?
by Jocelynn Smith January 27, 2017 U.S. Economy
The latest GDP growth figures from the Commerce Department have a number of traders adopting a wait-and-see approach. But are they poised to miss out on the next big rally?
While Facebook dreams of VR glasses for everyone, the reality is not here yet. However, two companies are working to bring that experience to the masses. Virtual Reality Is a Dream Investment While Facebook dreams of VR glasses for everyone, the reality is not here yet. However, two companies are working to bring that experience to the masses.
IPOs are when companies first sell their shares in the stock market. I track IPOs because it gives me a heads up on the mood of the market. The Mood of the Market
by Paul Mampilly January 27, 2017 Trading Strategies
IPOs are when companies first sell their shares in the stock market. I track IPOs because it gives me a heads-up on the mood of the market.

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