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Earnings Narrative Trying to Emerge
4/23/2018 - Going into last week, investors were hoping for greater clarity and direction from the wave of corporate earnings results, but we finished the week slightly higher for the major indices, in part because earnings while generally better-than-expected, were†a split decision for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

American Express, General Electric, and United Health rallied on earnings results while IBM, Procter & Gamble, and Johnson & Johnson were taken to the woodshed.... MORE

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Founded in Manhattan as a store providing an assortment of imported teas, the company pioneered the big supermarket format and it took off.† By 1920, it was a juggernaut that dominated the industry with 4,588 stores, and there were calls for an unfair advantage. Read more.
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Rotten Apple
4/23/2018 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
Last week, everyone took a bite out of Apple (AAPL) and yet, even the critics considered the stock a Buy. Read more.
Strong Stock Market = Universal Benefits
4/22/2018 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
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Larry Kudlow replacing Gary Cohn as President Trump's economic adviser in the role of the National Economic Council (NEC) director is big news.

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Special Report: Investing Now The Conundrum
The current conundrum for so many people is whether to get back into the stock market thatís 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
Observations of a concerned public

By Tom Sanders - 3/6/2018
Thank you for not joining the crowd and looking at this issue as it truly is, in fact I have noticed that Carl Rove couldn't even speak clearly which means President Trump is spot on, now if the Arizona Senators come out against it and Pelosi does too it's got to be a winner.
You are one of the f ...more

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