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Dialing Down Sucking Sound
8/16/2017 - Back in 1992, the media was more concerned with Ross Perot’s ears and accent than the dire warning about entering into a trade deal that would be suicidal. His rationale wasn’t the stuff of rocket science but common sense. Mexico’s light vehicle production was 60,000 in 1985, and a little over one million is 1994, and now it’s approaching 3.0 million. 

Meanwhile, North America Light Vehicle Market Share has declined in the United States and Canada while it’s surging fo... MORE

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Recent commentary from Charles
Dialing Down Sucking Sound
8/16/2017 7:24:07 AM By Charles Payne
Manufacturing Continues to Impress
8/15/2017 12:37:57 PM By Charles Payne
Domestic Economic Read
8/15/2017 9:51:46 AM By Charles Payne
Lowering Fear and Our Collective Temperature
8/14/2017 2:07:39 PM By Charles Payne
News, Angst and Negative Bias
8/14/2017 8:50:42 AM By Charles Payne

Special Report and Offer: Investing Now The Conundrum
The current conundrum for so many people is whether to get back into the stock market that’s trading at an all-time high. It’s easy to understand the anxiety associated with such a decision at this time because millions of Americans lost billions of dollars in stock market crashes. Read more.
Can Energy Provide Boost?
8/14/2017 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil edged higher to $49.59 after inventories fell once again.  The Street was looking for a 2.5-million-barrel decline for the week ending on August 4th, but the ac Read more.
Good News is Bad News
8/14/2017 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Even before last week’s news was moving stocks lower (only in this case), it was good news. According to FactSet, 91% of S&P 500 companies already reported that this is shaping up to be one of the bes Read more.

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“Fire & Fury”
“Locked & Loaded”

President Trump is not mincing words in his efforts to get North Korea to abandon its nuclear ambitions and to stop with hostile rhetoric and actions that are putting the world on edge. Critics, however, say his words have been too harsh. Certainly, the stock market has reacted with its biggest two-day selloff in some time. Do you care if the market dips temporarily because of a war of words?

No, it’s time for leadership, not appeasement
Yes, more diplomatic wording wouldn’t spook the market

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Industry Update: Truckers
Download Charles Payne Jr's Update on the Trucking Industry. This 5 page report looks at industry data and includes ratings and targets for Landstar (LSTR), J.B. Hunt (JBHT) and Swift (SWFT). Read more
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