10 things you need to know before the opening bell

(Archbishop of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan sat between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner in New York on Thursday night.Reuters/Jonathan Ernst) Here is what you need to know. View post

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Goldman Sachs Alum: A recession is coming, so hide in gold

Mirror, mirror on the wall, which asset is most mispriced of all? According to a Goldman Sachs alum who predicted the financial crisis in 2008, it’s gold. The precious metal should be a lot more expensive when the likelihood of a global financial collapse and a move toward negative interest rates is accounted for, says Global Macro ...

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3 Water Stocks to Invest In

Are you looking for a place to safely invest your money? Try water stocks. Your investment will grow especially if you are enrolled in a dividend reinvestment program for the stock. You get a powerful stock that will beat the market long-term with volatility that is less than average. Let’s look at the facts about water utilities: 1) ...

Are Nonemployer Firms Overtaking Traditional Firms?

What is a nonemployer firm? That is what the government calls firms that employ only the owners. What is an example of a nonemployer firm? In the ride-sharing industry, it is Uber, and in the accommodations sector, it is Airbnb. These sections have seen major growth in firms that are nonemployer. However, in these sectors firms that ...

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Do These Unemployment Numbers Mean Happy Days Are Here Again?

Yes, happy days could be here again. Why? Americans looking for unemployment benefits is at a 43-year low and has stayed there. This means that layoffs are rare. The numbers are good. Applications for unemployment benefits were unchanged at 246,000 reported the Labor Department. This was the lowest since November 1973. And also the amount of people ...

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