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Rotation Into Earnings Losers?
10/19/2017 - Another session for the record books! This one had feeling and gusto on Wednesday, led by International Business Machines (IBM). The Dow Jones Industrial average was the best performing major index, but there was a compelling aspect of the session that could be a trend this earnings season.

Stocks missing initially were getting hit, and then recovering to close... MORE

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Trucking Industry Update
Since we issued our report on the Trucking Industry on August 9, the sector has been on fire. Two of the companyís featured have hit or surpassed the target, and all four are up over 15%. We still believe these stocks have room to the upside and are raising our price targets. Read more.
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Big Pharma†Needs Smarter Regulations
10/17/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst & CEO
President Trump spent a lot of time talking about prescription drug prices yesterday. While itís a topic that hits home for just about everyone, there are big differences between the largess of health care insurers and drug makers.† Read more.
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Nobel Prize
10/11/2017 By Charles Payne
Richard Thaler, the winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics, is considered the father of behavioral economics, which advanced the notion that people generally do dumb things that are against their Read more.

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Special Report: Investing Now The Conundrum
The current conundrum for so many people is whether to get back into the stock market thatís trading at an all-time high. Itís easy to understand the anxiety associated with such a decision at this time because millions of Americans lost billions of dollars in stock market crashes. Read more
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Observations of a concerned public

SSGT Scott Gillespie USMC, Ret. writes: - 8/2/2017
Charles, you taught me the greatest lesson "to date" on investing. Don't be just a consumer but also be an investor in great companies and stay invested. Watch the knee jerk reactions and always be ready to invest more $$$ when those "great" companies pull back a bit. Like many others here I eagerly ...more
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