Payne's Perspective: May 20, 2019: Changing Terms Last week was all about the next level in the trade war after the White House pushed back vigorously against China’s attempts to change the terms of the deal that had been verbalized. The United States and investors anticipated the deal was 95% complete. 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.
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
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