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The Nasdaq just hit an all-time high. Why not the Dow or the S&P 500? Why isn’t Wall Street’s old guard leading this Fed-fueled rally? The Future Is Now: Nasdaq Necks New Highs
by Joseph Hargett June 4, 2020 Great Stuff
Why the Nasdaq? Something astounding happened today, dear reader. The Nasdaq Composite just broke out to fresh all-time highs. You’re probably questioning why any part of the market is hitting all-time highs when weekly jobless claims and total unemployment figures still come in worse than expected. Or, for that matter, why stocks are rallying at […]
5 Stocks to BUY for 5G-Powered Gains Story Highlights: 5G is making its move with the market ready to rocket up to $650 billion by 2026. One 5G ETF with GoingUpness to buy today. Paul’s five stocks for the 5G boom in America 2.0. How is it that we can send people to space, but can’t stream a video without it pausing? […]
Get in on the $15.7 Trillion AI Boom With This 1 Fund The AI revolution will bring about the biggest transformation to our lives since the discovery of electricity. Boosts to labor and consumers will create $15.7 trillion in value. Charles Mizrahi tells you how to profit from the AI revolution.
Investors should expect average returns of about 6% a year over the next decade. This news is a recipe for disaster for investors hoping to retire one day. Your Retirement Is Doomed — Unless You Do This Investors should expect average returns of about 6% a year over the next decade. This news is a recipe for disaster for investors hoping to retire one day.
We’re so close to breaking out to the biggest market buying opportunity we’ve seen since 2009. Opportunities Abound; Warner Music IPO, Zoom Will Grow, CrowdStrike Now!
by Joseph Hargett June 3, 2020 Great Stuff
The End Is Near Wall Street began the day with a friendly voice, a companion unobtrusive … well, at least as unobtrusive as any companion can be right now. The ADP private payroll figures arrived today, and there’s really only one way to describe them: “obviously an awful number, but not as catastrophic as expected.” […]

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