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Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson offers his thoughts on the market and reiterates his target for 2350 on the S&P 500 by year-end. With regards to a large market correction on the horizon, Craig notes that leading sectors, like financials and consumer discretionary, are not breaking down...

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If you’re a young person considering a college education, one of the first things you should do is properly position yourself to land a well-paying job after graduating. A liberal arts or sociology degree is not what it used to be, and graduates with this type of degree...

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Are we on the verge of a massive market collapse and can investors anticipate such an event? In a recent interview with Financial Sense, Charles Nenner, founder and president of Charles Nenner Research Center, discussed his controversial call for the Dow Jones...

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In the last 15 years, many commodities saw gains between 500 and 1000%, but, as we all know, bull markets eventually run out—and the commodity sector is no exception. Now with the price of gold—like so many other commodities—down nearly 50%, is now a good time to buy?

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While it is hard to imagine, this year has been the most uneventful first half on record for the S&P 500 going back to 1927. During the first half of this year the S&P 500 never traded up or down more than 3.5% year-to-date (YTD) on...

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I recently stumbled across a series of educational videos that provide probably the best and easiest to understand explanation of complexity theory I have ever seen. Since Didier Sornette and I just touched upon this subject and how it is part of a major shift...

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The recent crash in Chinese stocks is unlikely to upset other markets but may have more downside to go until longer-term institutional investors help set a new price floor, Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at ECU Group in London, told Financial Sense Newshour this weekend.

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Massively underfunded public pensions are driving an epic credit boom in the corporate bond market that will likely accelerate in the coming years. Lawrence McQuillan of the Independent Institute explained on Financial Sense Newshour this week...

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Given the market's slight breakdown this month, two of the three technical red flags for a possible top in the market have been raised. The third red flag will occur if the S&P's 12-month moving average becomes resistance, as we saw with the prior two major market peaks...

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In an extensive interview, Gluskin Sheff’s Chief Economist David Rosenberg offered his latest thoughts on Greece, Europe, the US economy, and also explained why he’s still bullish on stocks. Here is a partial transcript of his interview that just aired on the Newshour page...

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