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Students that embody the American Dream are being turned away from major universities simply because their hardworking families cannot afford to pay the ever-increasing tuitions. Taxpayers are soon going to shelter $900 billion in college debt, yet they still can't afford to send their children to the top schools in America. Why isn't it up to these universities to fund the education of promising young students?
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5/22/2015 - I know on the surface, it feels boring, but beneath the surface, things are bubbling. In fact, several parts of the market are on the cusp of breaking out and one key measure is breaking down.
The NASDAQ is back at its all-time high; forming a double top which is typically a bearish chart formation that would make a breakout monumental. A close above 5,100 could trigger a longer-term move that left the index at 400 points.
Interestingly, a lot of the standout momentum names were sl...
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