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Middle East Problems Get Worse
9/16/2019 - The collective wisdom of the market gets credit for being prescient in ways experts and think tanks could never achieve, but there is no way it could have seen the drone attacks Saturday on Saudi oilfields, right?

Only Financials had a better week than the energy sector.

Financials were led by asset managers and insurance companies, with regional banks showing some life, while money center banks were largely uninspiring.... MORE

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Middle East Problems Get Worse
9/16/2019 9:31:19 AM By Charles Payne
Friday the 13th
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Powering Higher
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Is the (Party) Train Leaving the Station?
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Payne's Perspective: September 16, 2019: Music Still Playing
uddenly, the demise of the U.S. economy has receded among the list of worries facing Americans, although, for some, there was no fear that the music was dying. Interestingly, Main Street is grappling Read more.

My Letter to Business Roundtable
Dear Business Roundtable, Your recent shift in the “purpose of a corporation” sent shockwaves through the business world that was also met with skepticism and outright disbelief. By shifting from the bedrock position established since 1977, the sole purpose of a business is to make profits, there Read more.

Payne's Perspective: September 9, 2019: Fundamental Flower
9/8/2019 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
The week before Labor Day saw some very intriguing action, and I was thinking out loud and writing that perhaps smart money had begun to buy dips ahead of the return of all the big players eager to get into the action, and perhaps pay for their Hamptons getaway. It was obvious to me what was happen Read more.
Payne's Perspective: September 3, 2019: Know the Risk & Know the Facts
9/3/2019 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
The trickle of misinformation has become an avalanche and I fear this kind of stuff which has dominated non-financial news will become the norm in financial media. I’m talking headlines of potential w 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 Dick Nicholson - 8/30/2019
Charles, love your daily emails and your FBN show at 2PM. Your coverage of market sectors is very informative. I am an older investor (mainly ETF's). What do you think of the "factor based" investing approach?

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