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How to Read a Basic Line Chart

As a longer-term investor who bases decisions on fundamental valuations, there may be no need for you to dabble in the complex and highly-speculative world of “technical analysis.” You may not need to understand the nuances of fibonacci variants, elliott wave...

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Market Shorts – The Fed and the Professor Standard

Source: Cain/Wall Street Journal "Real income for America's bottom 90% reached an all-time high in 1999, and at the time Pew Research found that 81% of Americansagreed that free enterprise was a major reason for the country's success in the 20th century. By June 2015,...

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Market Shorts – The Irony of Mueller-Report Profiteering

Source: The Atlantic "When the Justice Department releases Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report this morning...it will be placed in the public domain. That means you'll be able to download the report for free to read on your computer or smartphone, to print out, or...

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