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Charles Payne's Market Commentary
A Good 300-Point Loss?
1/23/2019 - I have to say that Tuesday was the best (down 300 points) Dow Jones Industrial session I’ve seen in a long time. The headlines will speak of a market drubbing for a variety of concerns (see above). I see the resolve in the face of a variety of concerns that would have sent the market into a death spiral not too long ago. The session saw a battle to hold above the 50-day moving average. The drama was in place for the closing bell when buyers materialized and spiked major indices a... MORE

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Reality Check?
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It's 1987 All Over Again
There’s been a series of unlikely events, and there is still a debate. I’m not talking about the current stock market meltdown, but the crash of 1987. That was the first stock market meltdown I lived Read more.

Special Report: Five Year Buys
For years I called this a “never sell” stock and the recent pullback puts it back into that category – at least for five years.  I will admit, what we know about the failure of the Lion Air flight tha Read more.

Market Commentary
Week in Review
1/18/2019 By Willie Walker, Senior Research Analyst
Recap of the market movers for the week ending on January 18. The week had a bullish tone going into Friday’s explosive broad base rally.  Breadth had been improving and dip buyer were chase stocks high Read more.
Market Commentary
Cautiously Optimistic
1/18/2019 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Apparently, the globalists in the White House now have the ear of President Trump and want him to make an overture that can expedite a resolution on the trade war. There is even scuttlebutt that Trea Read more.

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Special Report: Chasing Performance
Stop Fretting About the Top!  Are you still worried about the market because the best stocks are already changing hands at 52-week highs - or even all-time highs? In this special report Charles writes about anxiety associated with chasing performance. This report includes 3 free investment ideas. Read more
Five Investing Approaches You Must Know
At any given time, there is a dominant investment theme that seems to capture everyone's attention. Get Charles' free 10 page report which includes in-depth explanations of each of the five investing themes every investor must know, stock ideas for each and how to play them. Don't miss this one! Read more
MAIN STREET WISDOM
Observations of a concerned public

By Francine Paino - 12/27/2018
Kudo to Charles for his honesty again this morning filling in for Stuart Varney. What can we do to end the wild west of algorithms before the crooKS destroy the country?
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