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Crashing the Collectible Car Market Crashing the Collectible Car Market
by Jeff Yastine February 7, 2017 U.S. Economy
A healthy collectibles market can signal an equally healthy stock market. But a recent January auction revealed results that were less than inspiring … perhaps even worrying.
An important economic indicator is what bankers call mergers and acquisitions. In other words, companies buying other companies. Let’s Make a Deal
by Paul Mampilly February 7, 2017 Trading Strategies
An important economic indicator is what bankers call mergers and acquisitions. In other words, companies buying other companies.
When a rubber band is stretched too far, it tends to snap back. The same is true of stocks in the long run … with the long run measured in years. Energy Is a Long-Term Buy
by Michael Carr February 6, 2017 Trading Strategies
When a rubber band is stretched too far, it tends to snap back. The same is true of stocks in the long run … with the long run measured in years.
Oh Snap! - The Power of Millennials and the Snapchat IPO Oh Snap!
by Jocelynn Smith February 3, 2017 Stocks
During the dot-com boom, IPOs regularly shot to triple-digit gains in their first day of trading. Now most fall dismally flat. But millennials’ interest in Snap could break this IPO rut.
What’s on Your TV? There was supposed to be serious competition for the content on our TVs. However, one company is putting the competition to shame.

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