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How to Know When to Sell Your Stocks

While quite a bit of time and research goes into selecting stocks, it is often hard to know when to pull out especially for first time investors. The good news is that if you have chosen your stocks carefully, you won’t need to pull out for a very long time, such as when you are ready to retire.

The Debt Problem No One’s Talking About

It’s no secret. Our government has a debt problem… a $19.2 trillion debt problem. It’s also no secret that the majority of Americans also have a debt problem, totaling more than $12 trillion. It should come as no surprise, then, that corporate America also has a rising debt problem as well.

Fighting Fear With the Social Media Sector

Every day, all day, millennials are plugged in to social media. The content they provide may be free, but the ad revenue generated for companies like Facebook is very real… and growing.

Millennials: 92 Million Reasons to Catch This Trend

Millennials represent the biggest generation in American history at 92 million strong. And when 92 million fixate on a trend, these are the companies poised and ready to capitalize.

Escape the Earnings Meltdown

For the first time since 2008, we are facing four straight quarters of negative earnings growth. Stocks are now poised for a plunge, but there is one sector that could offer you protection.

Beginner Tips For Researching Potential Stock Investments

Are you new to investing in stocks? Use this guide to find potential investments.

Trump’s Plan to Destroy the Dollar

Trump’s $1 trillion in infrastructure spending sounds good… until the policy floods the global market with U.S. dollars. Anyone remember their supply-and-demand lessons from Econ 101?

U.S. Trouble With American Dividends

Rates are headed higher and earnings are headed lower stateside. And yet, dividends are not only unfazed, but recommended on Wall Street. Something’s rotten, and it’s time for investors to look abroad for better yield opportunities.

The Wall Street Money Suck

Have you been sucked in by Wall Street’s pitch? Don’t pay millions in fees to fund managers… there are better ways to invest and grow your wealth.

How to Get Smart About the Stock Market

The stock market can have big implications on world events and your own finances, but many investors find it overly complex and cumbersome. Increasing your knowledge of the stock market can help you better understand its impacts, but how do you get started? Consider taking the following steps.

The Housing Sector Is Waving Red Flags

Leading indicators are raising warning flags for housing, but there’s no need to panic. You can use these indicators to make one simple trade to take advantage of the situation.

The Market’s Mirage of Higher Wages

Profits have been falling for some time, and yet wages are rising across the U.S. The situation is untenable, and Wall Street is eventually going to see through this mirage.

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