The debt-bubble landmine Obama left for Trump

President Trump came in for much jeering when he told reporters he had “inherited a mess” from President Barack Obama. On the economy, though, Obama did indeed leave behind a hidden mess: a seemingly healthy jobs market dependent on cheap debt.

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3 Warning Signs It’s Time to Sell a Stock

Investing can be tough, as many people let emotions and outside opinions steer their decisions.

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Why Silver and Gold Look Shiny to Investors Right Now

With so much going on in the world these days, it’s easy to overlook the developments in the precious metal markets.

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The Democratic Party Is A Brand In Crisis

“There are a lot of people who have Democratic values who may not see themselves as a Democrat,” confessed Democratic National Committee Vice Chairman Michael Blake. Someone ought to explain this to the party’s big attraction, the figure on whom Democrats…

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Obamacare May Increase Doctor Visits, But It Isn’t Making Anyone Healthier

Ever since President Donald Trump won the White House, Democrats, interest groups, and even some Republicans have argued that rolling back Obamacare would harm the health of millions. But a new studypublished in the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests…

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Drop in Prices Not Likely to Delay Fed Rate Hike

The Federal Reserve is likely to regard the drop in prices reported in March as temporary. Therefore, this one-month downturn shouldn’t affect the Fed’s plans for future interest rate hikes.

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Is the End of Jobs Coming? Employees Beware

Let’s be honest. One of your primary goals is to build long-term wealth, right?

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7 Things You Need to Know About Mutual Funds

Whether you’re an experienced investor or just a beginner, you probably know something about mutual funds.

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Double Bubble? Investors Beware of Rising Stocks and Bonds

The two most popular asset classes are on shaky ground. Investors need to take these three steps to protect themselves.

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6 Ways to Protect Yourself From Falling Stock Prices

You don’t need a fear of heights to feel skittish about stocks these days. Recently passing its eight-year anniversary, the bull market has been running for more than 2,900 days, the second-longest stretch in history.

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