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I believe we’re in for an amazing roller coaster ride in 2017, and if you like trades that deliver quickly, you’ll want to be a part of it. Most of Wall Street Is in Agreement, Which Is a Bad Thing
by Michael Carr January 18, 2017 Stocks
Markets rarely perform as everyone expects them to do. I believe we’re in for an amazing roller coaster ride in 2017, and if you like trades that deliver quickly, you’ll want to be a part of it.
The Pension Red Alert
by Jeff Yastine January 17, 2017 Retirement
Pension investment returns of 7% to 8% might have seemed perfectly reasonable 20 years ago. But that’s not the case now. In fact, a pension a disaster is just around the corner.
Civil Forfeiture What’s Yours Is Theirs What’s Yours Is Theirs
by Ted Bauman January 16, 2017 Wealth Confiscation
Federal civil forfeiture proceeds rocketed 4,155% between 1986 and 2013. And it could get much worse if Trump gets his wish for U.S. attorney general.
Income, Debt and Winning in 2017 Income, Debt and Winning in 2017
by Jocelynn Smith January 14, 2017 Investing
At the end of 2016, we asked you to write in and tell us your No. 1 priority for 2017 and your No. 1 worry. Income, debt and the economy topped many lists … see if they match up with yours.
Cut Through Market Chaos Cut Through Market Chaos
by Jocelynn Smith January 13, 2017 Investing, Stocks
Every day the market defies expectations, moves further from “normal.” Adaptation is critical … that’s why we added a new member to our team with a very unique background.

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“At the end of August [2018], my 401K was $659,000. Now, on September 4th [2018], it’s $715,000. My account is up $56,000 in the last 5 days!”

- Warren O

"You told me to ignore the noise on Wall Street. And thanks to you, I started towards the end of 2016 with $200,000 in my account and I recently put in an extra $100,000. [As of February 2019] My account is worth $500,788! I would’ve missed out if I followed conventional wisdom."

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