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What Fueled Last Week’s Cryptocurrency Plunge?

Although it’s generally hard to pinpoint the particular reasons why cryptocurrencies have fallen so much over the past week (some have already begun to recover), here are a few possibilities to consider. First, there is a possibility that blockchain or cryptocurrency...

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Is the End Near for the Current U.S. Economic Expansion?

Bull markets expire. Bear markets expire. That’s why they call it a market cycle. This cyclicality is inevitable and unavoidable.   When a bull market is nearing its end, we often have a difficult time seeing (let alone believing) it. Likewise, when a bear market...

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How the Turkish Crisis May Be Far Worse Than Greece

Halifax America Intro: The collapse of the Turkish Lira was a gambit that ended up a self-inflicted disaster. In fighting for the interests if his country, or perhaps his own interest, Erdogan might have discovered that his biggest foe turns out to be himself. And any...

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Can a Bear Market Really Wipe Out Your Investment?

Almost every investor fears that one big bear market that will wipe out their investment; that one massive downturn that will spell “game over” for anyone who has equities exposure. Some of us remember the 2008 financial crisis, the one where the markets lost 58%. To...

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