A Powerful Force Poised to Propel Stocks Even Higher

In the 12-month period ending September 2013, corporate America invested $445.3 billion repurchasing their own shares. The record is $589.1 billion in 2007.

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Bubble cycle playing out … again!

Dot-bombs. Housing. Commercial real estate. $150 oil and commodities. The bubble cycle in asset class after asset class has played out repeatedly in the past several years. I have laid the blame — accurately, in my view — at the feet of the Federal Reserve. By slashing rates and flooding…

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Put Rising Gas Prices to Work for You!

As I look back on the first quarter of 2012, one of the most glaring events was the rise in gas prices here in the U.S. Wholesale gasoline began the year at $2.66/gallon on the NYMEX, and closed last Friday at $3.33, a gain of 67 cents … a jaw-dropping…

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More Evidence of the Power of Contrarian Investing

It seems that the only thing traders and investors on TV want to do is try to handicap when a bunch of government officials and bureaucrats in Europe will finally make up their minds and solve the crisis still gripping the region. But while that may be a fun mental…

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