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Self-Driving Cars Set to Rule Wall Street Self-Driving Cars Set to Rule Wall Street
by Paul Mampilly September 1, 2016 Trading Strategies
Foul-smelling taxis and bad Uber drivers may soon be a thing of the past. Self-driving cars have gone from a wacko sci-fi-like idea to something we’re seeing on the streets now.
Wall Street Is Destroying the Economic Recovery
by Jeff Opdyke August 31, 2016 U.S. Economy
Despite the Fed’s blather, America’s chemistry is off. An ingredient necessary for a vibrant economy is missing. One look at the data will show you exactly what’s missing and why.
The Global Economy: Drunk on Debt
by Jeff Yastine August 30, 2016 Global Economy
The European economy is supposed to be wracked by doubt and anxiety over Brexit, negative interest rates and terror attacks. So why are markets rising? Government spending, and lots of it.
Prepare for Brain-Dead Corporate Tax Reform
by Ted Bauman August 29, 2016 Taxes
“Pass-through” companies — LLCs, partnerships, S corporations, etc. — comprise 95% of all U.S. businesses, and they’re about to be smacked with brain-dead corporate tax reform.
The Stock Market’s One Simple Truth
by Chad Shoop August 26, 2016 Trading Strategies
It hasn’t happened yet, but this market bubble will end up the same as the last. History repeats itself. Understanding this simple truth can lead you to an epiphany on the stock market.

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