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By Matthew Kerkhoff – It’s been a very bullish year, and yet major averages continue to attack their high-water marks time and time again. For many, this instills a sense of unease … a feeling that things are too good...

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By FS Staff – Despite a minor hiccup last week, nearly all markets have been heading higher with no end in sight. Market strategist John Roque at Key Square Capital Management said even though bears have been wrong for years, we do see high levels of concentration...

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By FS Staff – It’s looking increasingly likely that we’ll see the GOP tax bill pass in the near future. Prepped for signing by the end of this year, the bill is sure to have sweeping effects on all taxpayers, especially those in high tax states...

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By FS Staff – Imagine the following two scenarios: You're a money manager and one of your bearish clients has been waiting for a stock market crash for years to get back in. Most of their wealth is in real estate, cash, and gold, and they are unwilling to invest...

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FS Staff – Well-known money manager Louis Gave says “bubbles are everywhere you look” and things could turn south in 2018. Bitcoin and European high yield debt are two prime examples of the craziness we are seeing today, he told Financial Sense Newshour...

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By FS Staff – Right now, retail stores are closing at a pace that we haven't seen since the 2008-2009 financial crisis. Some are calling it a 'retail apocalypse' as a number of major headwinds approach, including increasing pressure from Amazon and the sad fact...

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FS Staff – Don Coxe, Chairman of Coxe Advisors, tells Financial Sense Newshour that the greatest threats facing market stability are geopolitical in nature and many investors are failing to recognize the gravity of today's events...

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By FS Staff – Financial Sense Newshour recently spoke with Dr. Frank Nothaft, Executive and Chief Economist at CoreLogic, about the US housing market and why home prices are likely to continue appreciating, though at a slightly lower rate, in 2018...

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By FS Staff – Baby Boomers have been a huge tailwind for equities and bonds from the 1980s until today, but now as they exit the workforce and increasingly move into retirement, this monumental demographic shift will exert enormous pressure...

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By FS Staff – The big four — Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google — have literally changed the face of the world economy, and are collectively responsible for creating a combined market capitalization equivalent to the GDP of India with a population the size of...

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