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Brother, Can You Spare a Grand?
5/23/2016 - Brother, can you spare $1,000? According to a new report, two-thirds of
Americans would have a hard time coming up with $1,000 in the case of an
emergency. More shockingly (or maybe not), it’s not only folks in lower-
income brackets; a lot of folks making big money would also have to
scramble under such a scenario. Maybe it’s ‘keeping up with the Joneses’
or the cost of living a good life.... MORE

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Yesterday, there was a report that two well-known and accurate economic models used to predict the winner of presidential elections, and it points toward a GOP victory. Despite the rise of terror and hot-button issues like immigration, when we step into the voting booth in November, our financial Read more.

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5/13/2016 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Yesterday was all about the big powwow between House Speak Paul Ryan and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump.  One newspaper is calling the outcome a ‘modus vivendi’ between the two, although it if f Read more.
Mickey Mouse Results: An Update on Disney
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Disney Corp posted earnings that came in shy of consensus for revenue and earnings per share, and the stock is caught in a blizzard of selling.  In many ways, it’s remarkable because the company is a force of nature and has overcome obstacles and limits in the past; it's a victim of its own success Read more.

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