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Our national obsession with taxation is misplaced. In fact, it conceals a far more pernicious threat to our collective and individual prosperity: debt. U.S. Household Debt Growth Trends Since 1968
by Ted Bauman October 30, 2017 U.S. Economy
Our national obsession with taxation is misplaced. In fact, it conceals a far more pernicious threat to our collective and individual prosperity: debt.
You would think AT&T would have learned its lessons by now. But once again, we find a tech company clinging to the status quo. AT&T Is in a World of Hurt
by Joseph Hargett October 25, 2017 Stocks
You would think AT&T would have learned its lessons by now. But once again, we find a tech company clinging to the status quo.
Amazon isn't afraid to fail. And that's given Amazon a long track record of failures when it comes to entering a new market. Amazon Has a Long Track Record of Failures Amazon isn't afraid to fail. And that's given Amazon a long track record of failures when it comes to entering a new market.
It’s past time to diversify and inject a bit of new blood into your portfolio. Trading IPO stocks can be a risky bet, but it can also be quite rewarding. These 3 IPOs Are a Breath of Fresh Air for Investors It’s past time to diversify and inject a bit of new blood into your portfolio. Trading IPO stocks can be a risky bet, but it can also be quite rewarding.
Investors are worried about a potential drop in oil demand but the lithium bull market is providing even bigger profits right now. Lithium: The Bull Market You’re Missing Right Now
by Jocelynn Smith October 6, 2017 Commodities
Investors are worried about a potential drop in oil demand but the lithium bull market is providing even bigger profits right now.

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