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Special Report: Everything you need to know about a bear market–Part 1 What kind of bear is this?

The definition of a bear market is rather simple: It's a drop of 20% or more from the market high. By this standard we've recently moved into a bear market on all the major U.S. stock indexes--and indeed on all the major overseas indexes with the exception, for the moment, of the Shanghai market. The […]

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Special Report: Winning the financial challenge of the next 10 years against projected mediocre returns (Parts 1 and 2 with the first two Part 3 picks on where to put your money–more to come)

Pickings look rather slim for investors over the next decade, according to the results of Morningstar's annual survey of financial market forecasts. Certainly much slimmer than the extremely strong returns for U.S. stocks for the last decade. During that period the Standard & Poor's 500 has gained an average annual return of 13.50% (with dividends […]

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Special Report: The top 12 vote getters in my selling research survey

I'm going to have to do more than 10 stocks since there was some very tight bunching at the top. This will mean that it might take me the weekend to get everything researched and posted but I'll move on this as quickly as possible. To recap: As a bonus to my last Special Report: […]

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Special Report: When to sell; What to sell

Let's be clear about one thing, shall we? I'm not calling for a sell off in 2020. The mere fact that U.S. stocks are trading at all time highs does not mean that the markets will collapse in 2020. A year like 2019, when the Standard & Poor's 500 returned 33% with dividends reinvested, doesn't […]

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Special Report: 12 Bargain Stock Picks NOW: Picks #1-#12

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A summary of the changes to my Dividend Portfolio in my Special Report 3 Ways to Higher Income in a Low Yield Desert

Just to put all the changes in my Dividend Portfolio in one list after my Special Report 3 Ways to Higher Income in a Low Yield Desert Here are the sells: Bank of America (BAC) as of November 1 ING Group (ING) as of November 1 Tapestry (TPR) as of November 1 Westpac Banking (WBK) […]

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Corrected and Completed Special Report: 3 Ways to Higher Income in a Low Yield Desert

How dry is the current low yield desert Awfully dry. And likely to get drier. Which raises this question: How can income investors find higher returns? Providing three answers to that is the subject of this special report. Let's start with the dryness of the desert. The yield on a 10-year U.S. Treasury is currently […]

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Special Report: 3 Picks for the Next Wave in Tech Profits

I've recently made two tech picks for the shorter-term. I think that over the next four weeks or so both Cirrus Logic (CRUS) and Skyworks Solutions (SWKS) will beat Apple (AAPL) and an Apple-driven technology sector rally. But what about the longer term for technology stocks that will be driven higher over the next 5 […]

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Special Report: It is different this time–an intelligent investor’s guide to the next 5 years of Tough Decisions. Part 1 The Fundamentals

This past week, on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 17 and 18, the Federal Reserve injected $128 billion into the short-term money market in an effort to control a liquidity crunch that threatens the Fed's ability to set short-term interest rates. On Thursday, it put in another $75 billion. And then the Fed announced that it […]

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Special Report: 10 long-term picks for a short-term market (first seven picks)

(A word of apology. I hadn't realized that I had written about this Special Report but never posted it until several readers brought it to my attention last week. My initial reaction was "Impossible! Of course I'd posted it." But checking showed I hadn't. It took longer than I expected to update this post (thanks […]

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