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SO, IT'S SO, IT'S TRANSITORY, RIGHT?, RIGHT?
6/11/2021 - Thursday was a real tug-of-war session that essentially pitted the market against the perception of inflation as a beast that’s going to hang around for a while. When the number hit, there was no arguing it was a beast, and immediately everything went according to script, or like the title of the book: “When You See the Inflation Beast… Run!”           

So, bond yields popped, growth stocks moved lower, cyclicals opened higher.  Then the script flipped.   The sudden shift... MORE

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SO, IT'S SO, IT'S TRANSITORY, RIGHT?, RIGHT?
6/11/2021 9:23:43 AM By Charles Payne
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INFLATION CHECK
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Payne's Perspective: June 7, 2021: Must Get Folks Back To Work
It was a short, yet consequential week. The economic juggernaut is meeting unanticipated headwinds, and now questions are rising. Housing data has become flaccid because there is not enough supply. Manufacturing is strong, but there are supply issues that have led to record price increases. There is Read more.

The June Dividend Report
Almost every day, I see companies raising their dividends, but most are S&P 500 names that are finally sharing more profits with shareholders. Smaller publicly traded companies are not hiking dividends because profits are not as robust as larger companies -First-quarter profits, $1.94 trillion -0.8% Read more.

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Payne's Perspective: June 1, 2021: Controlling Destiny
6/1/2021 By Charles Payne CEO & Principal Analyst
Although the volume was low last week, and unresolved questions seemed only to become murkier, it was a good week for the market, especially the inflation story. The S&P 500 carved out a solid gain, led by growth sectors for the week: Consumer Discretionary and Communication Services, but there Read more.

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Much of where the economy goes from here depends on how much the nation gets back to feeling normal. A significant number of folks are saying they do not feel their life is back to normal. According to Gallup, 34% of folks say they are not there yet. Thinking about your life before the start of coronavirus, would you say your life right now is:
Completely back to normal
Somewhat back to normal, but not completely
Not yet back to normal

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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 Ron L Emery - 3/25/2021
Charles you are the MAN! keep up the great work and encouragement, sincerely Ron
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