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8/14/2018 - The NFIB Small Business Optimism Index survey recorded its second highest reading in the survey’s 45-year history coming in at 107.9.  The survey was within a whisper of the record high of 108 recorded in July 1983.  The number of owners planning on creating new jobs, and those with job openings, came in at record highs.  Those planning on creating jobs were a seasonally adjusted 23%, up 3% from June.  More owners reported having job openings they could not fill; current job open... MORE

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Special Report: Tariff Battle
There are those that say that somehow China had already turned the corner and was going to play fair, but now they will do more to become “self-sufficient.” So, we are not supposed to fight back because China will use dirty tactics that have already been employed and currently remain obstacles? Read more.

Investing & Trading Lesson: Chasing Fundamentals
Did you miss the big move in Amazon? Learn the difference between chasing fundamentals versus chasing stocks. Moreover, investors shouldn’t be afraid to chase fundamentals, which is decidedly different than chasing stocks.  This is so important..... Read more.

Market Commentary
Businesses Back Trump's Fight
8/3/2018 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
I was shocked to see a poll from UBS on Business Confidence, which continues to improve. 88% of the respondents say China is engaging in unfair trade with the United States While 49% of these busines 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
Observations of a concerned public

By Philip Morris - 5/30/2018
I certainly appreciate your guidance as well. The calming voices often are drowned out by the buy,buy,buy, sell, sell, sell rhetoric. If I have learned one thing through the process, it is this...stay focused, buy good companies at reasonable prices and hold them. The perpetual effort to beat the ma ...more
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