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Fighting Fear With the Social Media Sector Fighting Fear With the Social Media Sector Every day, all day, millennials are plugged in to social media. The content they provide may be free, but the ad revenue generated for companies like Facebook is very real ... and growing.
Fear the U.S. Dollar Kill Switch The Paradox of Cash: It’s Always the Government’s Money
by Ted Bauman May 23, 2016 Currency
For most of human history, we’ve lived in largely cashless societies. It’s nothing new. But there are concerns about a modern cashless society, and the real threat should terrify you.
Op-Ed: Thoughts on The Current Election Race From Former Senator Long the least popular of branch of the U.S. government, Congress has — deservedly — hit new lows in recent years, and a new book by “Congressman X” sheds a cold light on Washington’s rotten interior.
Millennials 92 Million Reasons to Catch This Trend Smart Investors are Focused on Millennial Trends For Future Profits Millennials represent the biggest generation in American history at 92 million strong, and when 92 million fixate on a trend, these are the companies poised and ready to capitalize.
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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