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FS Staff – According to the latest data, Americans are feeling very good. In fact, the best they've felt in 16 years! With Americans across the country more upbeat "about the state of the economy, their personal finances and the buying atmosphere," Bloomberg notes...

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FS Staff – As this indicator shows, the last major buy signal on the S&P 500 was given 10 months ago prior to Trump's election. This is the longest stretch we've seen since the 2009 market bottom and we expect it will not be too long before the next one...

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FS Staff – In 2005 and 2006, Financial Sense regularly warned that US housing was in a bubble. Now, with the national average above the 2006 peak, does that mean we are in a bubble again? Rick Sharga at Ten-X, the largest online real estate marketplace in the world, says...

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By FS Staff – We’re experiencing a healthcare crisis in the United States. Every year, 610,000 Americans die of heart disease, and diabetes and cancer rates are reaching epidemic proportions. This time on Financial Sense, we spoke with...

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FS Staff – Wald: "Over the past few weeks, EEM [the emerging markets ETF] has broken a 10-year downtrend. That's right—it's been making lower highs since 2007 and it's broken that downtrend over the course of the last month. We think that's a meaningful...

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By FS Staff – Even while the Fed has raised rates, US financial conditions have continued to ease with a weakening dollar. The trade may be about to reverse, said John Derrick on FS Insider last week, with a number of implications for the broader market...

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By FS Staff – There’s no fundamental analysis. People just buy the underlying asset without thinking. After the public swarms in, and everybody thinks nothing can go wrong, we turn to the final phase of the bubble. In the final phase, we see a number of things happen. First...

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Not only have retail investors embraced US stocks again with the lowest cash allocations since the tech bubble, but so too have foreign investors. As you can see, foreigners were net sellers of US stocks for most of 2015 and the first half of 2016 before the pace...

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By Frank Barbera – It has now been 438 weeks since the March 6, 2009 lows where the NASDAQ has not seen a bear market. That would rank this stretch as the 2nd longest bull run ever. What is most interesting for investors right now is to overlay the current historically...

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By Reva Goujon – The White House's pledge to put "America First" in its policymaking implies that the president has a responsibility to prioritize his country's problems over the rest of the world's. But making good on that promise isn't...

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