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THE WEAKENING FOUNDATION & MACHINE SELLING
12/2/2021 9:39:02 AM By Charles Payne
Losing Some Altitude
12/1/2021 1:27:52 PM By Charles Payne
POWELL TAKES HIS SHOT
12/1/2021 9:31:56 AM By Charles Payne
Powell Hawkish Tone Shocked Everyone
11/30/2021 1:31:43 PM By Charles Payne
HERE COMES POWELL
11/30/2021 9:17:32 AM By Charles Payne


PAYNE'S PERSPECTIVE: NOVEMBER 29, 2021: VARIANT OF CONCERN
The market was dealing with a lot of struggles and question marks, mainly beneath the surface. Still, it made the foundation vulnerable enough that when the latest variant became “news,” the shock sent stocks tumbling and the experts scurrying.  The (mini) panic triggered as the latest version of Read more.

The Dividend Report - November 2021
There used to be a time when investors bought and held stocks, and simply lived or created wealth from fat dividend yields. That was a long time ago. The S&P 500 yield is now 1.29%. So, forget about finding Nemo; investors are desperate to find the yield. In addition to being woefully low, the S&P Read more.

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What Makes a Corporation a Good Citizen?
11/22/2021 By Charles Payne CEO & Principal Analyst
It was a very intriguing week that defied conventional thinking and the current Wall Street consensus, as investors and markets mattered more than the experts and their predictions. The market rallie Read more.
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Payne's Perspective: November 21, 2021: Much to Be Thankful For (but not high prices)
11/22/2021 By Charles Payne CEO & Principal Analyst
It was a very intriguing week that defied conventional thinking and the current Wall Street consensus, as investors and markets mattered more than the experts and their predictions. The market rallied for the week, with the S&P 500 hitting its 66th record closing high of the year. But it was one of Read more.

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Question of the Week

The storyline from Washington goes like this – giant companies earning billions of dollars are not putting anything in the general public kitty. I get the idea that everyone and all companies have skin in the game.

Nobody has even defined "fair share" when it comes to taxes. As a kid, I would watch my mother pour the juice in our glasses to make sure we all got the same amount, so I have an idea of what "fair share" means (same, even, or equal).

I'd love to hear from you on this – what's the definition of a good corporate citizen?

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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 James Robert Davis: - 11/10/2021
Charles, you and your brother Cecil are to me what Benjamin Graham was to Warren Buffett! Thank you for everything!!! "Unstoppable Prosperity" is the way!
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