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The Pitfalls of Corporate Tax Reform
by Ted Bauman February 6, 2017 Taxes
A few weeks back, my father, Banyan Hill’s own Bob Bauman, took me to task for something I’d written in Sovereign Investor Daily (not for the first time, either). I’d said, in regard to the American tendency toward harsh judicial punishment, that “we like it that way.” “Who’s this ‘we,’ Lone Ranger? Count me out, […]
Right now, companies are struggling to convince me they are good buys because of one simple measure of their sentiment — the insider transactions ratio. Insiders Are Bailing
by Chad Shoop February 6, 2017 Trading Strategies
Right now, companies are struggling to convince me they are good buys because of one simple measure of their sentiment — the insider transactions ratio.
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.
Lighting a Fire Under the Economy Lighting a Fire Under the Economy
by Jessica Cohn February 4, 2017 Economy
Millennials are part of the largest living generation, numbering a massive 92 million. And many just now hitting their stride in their careers and are ready to take over this economy.
Cash Is King
by Chad Shoop February 3, 2017 Trading Strategies
Cash is where opportunities lie. That’s why the world’s best corporation at hoarding this cash should be at the top of your radar.

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