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Poor economic policies
People accepting government largess in return for permanent vote
Rise of the machines

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Consumers to the Rescue?
1/28/2015 - Let's discuss the following three charts that matter for investors, near-term and long- term. Yesterday, the Conference Board posted consumer confidence numbers, the highest level since August 2007. The headline number was impressive, and the selloff even paused for a couple of minutes, but the Expectations Component, up for the first time in four months was the bright spot.

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Echoing CAT’s disappointing economic outlook was the reporting of durable goods orders in December, which unexpectedly dropped by 3.4% for the month after a decline of 2.1% in November. Consensus actually anticipated that durable goods orders would rise by 0.7% in the month. In the early session on
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Talkin' 'Bout Real 'Tough' Love
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I don’t hear people talking about it much these days, but when Bush was president, many of my black and some of my liberal friends would complain that we were still due our “40 acres and a mule” or th
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The Message of the Market
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Accurate, Yet Still a Lie
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In 1863, Samuel Butler wrote a series called "Darwin among the Machines" which prophesized that machines would eventually surpass mankind in supremacy making us inferior. I bring this up not only out
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As expected, existing home sales popped in December 2014 by 2.4% to an annual sales rate of 5.04 million units, versus a slightly revised 6.3% decline in November to 4.92 million units. This gain underscores the housing report from Wednesday, as sales were led by single-family homes which increased
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Doomsday on the Mediterranean
1/23/2015 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
There is a big election in Greece tomorrow. It might not have the impact it would have had a few years ago, even a few weeks ago, because the European Central Bank (ECB) will begin spreading cash thro
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Overall, jobless claims have been inching higher and don’t appear to be giving much optimism to the January 2015 employment situation report. Initial claims declined by 10,000 in the week ended January 17th, to a level of 307,000 which is just above consensus expectations. The January 17th week repr
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Education Crisis
1/22/2015 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
A shocker of news has not gotten the kind of attention it should have received. For the first time in 50 years, a majority of public school students, Pre-K to 12th grade are eligible for federal progr
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1/21/2015 By Jennifer Coombs
Complementing yesterday’s positive report from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) was today’s release of housing starts and permits for the month of December. Housing activity was shown to have picked up during the month and, this time, the strength was concentrated in the single-famil

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