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Looking for Answers
7/22/2019 - It was an interesting week for the market that seemed lackluster on the surface. Beneath the surface however, investors were being informed about winners and losers within industries like rails, which saw CSX miss and the stock move lower, while KSU beat and its shares rallied.

The big three are generally called tech stocks, but two are in Communications Service and Amazon is the largest component in Consumer Discretionary.

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Payne's Perspective: July 22, 2019: Swift and Emotional
Last week, the market struggled, although not in a panicky kind of way - just in a way that suggests there is enough anxiety in enough areas to curtail buying, even though there isnít a mad dash for the exits, either. Earnings season is fully underway. The Federal Reserve still has investors Read more.

I have always offered a free consultation with our representatives to discuss your goals, methods, and risk tolerance. Iím redoubling my effort to reach everyone, and I am sweetening the no-strings-attached offer. Ultimately, even if the most I can convince folks to buy is a bunch of Exchange-Traded Read more.

Payne's Perspective: July 15, 2019: Earnings Season
7/15/2019 By Charles Payne
I think the Federal Reserve is in the rearview mirror, and now investors can focus on fundamentals. With that in mind, the best time of the year to gauge the true underlying strength, potential, and Read more.

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By Neil Feuer - 5/30/2019
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