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What You Need to Know About the Greece Crisis

07.07.2015: The situation in Greece is critical, and the impact is being felt here in the U.S. The Dow has fallen for the past two trading days, and the VIX jumped to a... Read more

65 Blue Chip Stocks On The Move

07.06.2015: During these busy times, it pays to stay on top of the latest profit opportunities. And today’s blog post should be a great place to start. After taking a close look at... Read more

What You Need To Know About Today's Unemployment Rate Report

07.02.2015:

With this being a short trading week (tomorrow is a market holiday), the June Unemployment Rate report dominated headlines. While 223,000 jobs were created last month–and the unemployment rate fell to 5.3%—the... Read more

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The Greece Distraction Continues

This may have been a shortened trading week, but there was still plenty of market-moving news that I need to brief you on. First and foremost, the Greek tragedy continues on. As I mentioned in my earlier Flash Alert, the stock market sold off on Monday after fears over a Greece exit from the Eurozone intensified. In this Weekly Update, I’ll provide you with a play-by-play about what has happened with Greece since Monday. Read more

The Next Act of the Greek Tragedy

We're officially halfway through the year, and the first six months were certainly bumpy. Both the S&P 500 and Dow set new all-time highs, but ultimately ended the first half with a slight 0.2% gain and a 1.1% loss, respectively. The second half is, thankfully, kicking off on a better foot, as both the S&P 500 and Dow have bounced back from Monday's drop. As you know, it's not unusual for U.S. stock markets to climb higher heading into a long holiday weekend, as investors are in a more cheer... Read more

Emerging Growth07.02.2015

More Greek Distractions

The vote is in… and 61% of voters during Greece's referendum yesterday stated that they will not accept the Eurozone and International Monetary Fund's (IMF) demands for pension cuts and further austerity measures. And if Greece wasn't enough of a distraction, Puerto Rico narrowly avoided defaulting on its debt last week and China's Shanghai index has dropped about 28% since mid-June. As a result, it's not surprising that global markets opened the week lower. So in today's Weekly Profit Guide... Read more

Ultimate Growth07.06.2015

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