Premarkets: 5 things to know before the open

Here are the five things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York: 1. Stock market action: The Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates steady, which propelled U.S. markets higher on Wednesday. Now U.S. stock futures are pushing up again. View post

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11 Ways to Make Money While You Sleep

Do you remember in the past we were warned to be careful about being in debt because interest never stopped charging us, interest never slept, never took a day off, never took a holiday. Well the reverse is true, as well. View post

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Fed again poised to cut longer-run interest rate forecast

U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers are set this week to again cut their forecasts for how high interest rates will need to go in an economy where output, productivity and inflation are growing at a slower pace than in past decades. It would be the fourth time in 15 months that the U.S. central bank has been forced ...

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Higher Trading In Wall Street Before Fed Reserve Meeting

Wall Street was trading higher on Tuesday, helped by financial stocks, as investors await the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates. The central bank's two-day meeting will conclude with Fed Chair Janet Yellen's press conference at 2:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday.View post

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“Obama Recovery” Lies Exposed by Harvard

One of the biggest supposed hallmarks of the Obama presidency is an economic recovery from the major crash of 2008. According to White House sources and many main stream media outlets, Barack Obama has in just 8 short years been able to undo a majority of the damage done to the economy before he took ...

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3 Trading Rules to NEVER Break

Everyone who participates in the stock market has their own unique set of strategies and techniques. It's part of the reason why some traders succeed while others can't seem to catch a break. However, reliable, time-tested fundamentals are the foundation of any money making investment strategy, and those kinds of rules apply to everyone. Regardless of ...

88% Chance We’re ALREADY In Recession?

There's no shortage of opinions when it comes to whether or not the U.S. economy is truly still on the road to recovery. Despite some nominal growth over the past several months and a few small spikes in the stock market, there are plenty of metrics that still look pretty bleak. And taken together, the ...

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