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FS Staff – Jonathan Krinsky, Chief Market Technician for MKM Partners, tells Financial Sense Newshour that markets are breaking out across the globe and there's little evidence we are at or near any sort of top. Many countries are breaking out or are already in established...

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By Daniel Amerman – In a recent speech, Warren Buffett came down boldly on the side of optimism when it comes to both the economy and financial markets. What he said was "being short America has been a loser's game...

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By ValueWalk – Microsoft is a regular in the best companies to work for list, for the perks and benefits it offers its employees. Now, in a rather unconventional move, the company has built tree houses to cut the monotony that the employees feel in the office...

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By Tim Duy PhD – The Federal Reserve remains committed to a December rate hike, persistently low inflation notwithstanding. With unemployment below Fed estimates of its longer-run natural rate, most FOMC participants do...

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By Independent Institute – In Puerto Rico, electrical power is solely provided to some 1.5 million households and businesses by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA), which is a monopoly owned by the territory’s government. That matters because...

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By Mish Shedlock – The California Department of Motor Vehicles is changing its rules to allow companies to test autonomous vehicles without a driver behind the wheel — and to let the public use autonomous vehicles. The DMV released a revised version...

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By Jill Mislinkski – Consumer sentiment surged in early October, reaching its highest level since the start of 2004. The October gain was broadly shared, occurring among all age and income subgroups and across all partisan viewpoints. The data indicate a robust...

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By Matthew Kerkhoff – What is the true state of the US economy? Let's look at the data, both positive and negative, to find out. Last month, according to preliminary estimates, the economy lost 33,000 more jobs than it created. This is rather remarkable, considering...

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By Mises Institute – Gross Domestic Product has numerous issues, especially as a measure of national-level standard of living. It is supposed to be a measure of total production and therefore the general health of an economy, but it falls short of this in many ways...

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FS Staff – “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes,” Mark Twain supposedly once observed. As the Fed begins to shrink its balance sheet even as it determinedly jacks up interest rates, we would be prudent to consider where history has rhymed before...

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