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My Top Play for the Housing Recovery

03.03.2015: At first glance, the latest round of economic reports doesn't look promising for the housing recovery. Construction spending, existing home sales and new home sales all declined during the month of January.... Read more

42 Trades To Start March Right

03.02.2015: 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

8 Things You Should Know About the Economy


It's Friday and that means it's time to review the latest economic data and identify which pockets of the economy are heating up and which are slowing down. Don't worry about catching... Read more

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02.26.2015: Buy This, Not That: Sears versus L Brands

02.25.2015: My Top 3 High-Yield Stocks to Buy Before March


Know When to Yield

With interest rates collapsing abroad, and with the Fed staying the course at home, yield seekers are left with few options. In my opinion, the only real opportunity is in domestic stocks that are not impacted by the strong dollar and pay a dividend to boot. So in this Weekly Update I’ll explain how this is shaping the direction of the Blue Chip Growth Buy List. I’ll also point you to several of our most promising recent additions to the Buy List. And as always, we’ll dive into the latest ear... Read more

Interest Rates, Earnings & Economic News

It was another busy week, with falling interest rates, the Fed Chairperson's Congressional testimony and earnings reports garnering the most headlines. The biggest surprise was the slip in German bond yields this week, as the five-year bond fell further into negative territory and the seven-year bond dropped into negative territory for the first time. So in today's Weekly Update, we'll discuss the continuing low interest rate environment around the globe, as well as cover the Fed Chairperson... Read more

Emerging Growth02.27.2015

Interest Rates Continue to Fall

The official start to spring is just a few short weeks away—and things are already starting to heat up on Wall Street. The S&P 500 recouped its January losses and pushed 5.5% higher during February to reach new all-time highs. The month of February, though, ended on a relatively flat week, as the S&P 500 fluctuated on the Federal Reserve Chair's testimony before Congress, falling interest rates and mixed economic news. So in today's Weekly Profit Guide, we'll take a closer look at the bigges... Read more

Ultimate Growth03.02.2015

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