McDonald’s Sizzles in November

By Chad Fraser (Investing Daily | Original Link)

America’s leading large-cap stocks continue to attract investor interest. Over the past year, the S&P 100 has risen 13.6%, just edging out the broader S&P 500, with a 13.0% rise.

One S&P

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11 Shocking Forecasts for 2013

For the past week, you’ve told us what you see ahead in 2013 for stocks, oil and gold. And in your emails, you have also stressed how anxious you are to make higher yields in this low interest-rate environment.


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How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Fiscal Cliff

By Sara Glakas (StreetAuthority | Original Link)

When I landed in Amman, Jordan on June 25, 2010, I could speak exactly two words of Arabic: “shukran” (thank you) and “momtaz” (awesome).

Speeding down the highway in the back of a

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15 Signs About The Economy You Need To See Right Now

How can the mainstream media claim that the U.S. economy is “improving” when it is painfully obvious to anyone with a brain that the middle class is being absolutely eviscerated?  According to numbers that were just released, the number of

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Why U.S. Unemployment Could Triple from Here

By Dr. Steve Sjuggerud (Daily Wealth | Original Link)

The unemployment rate in Spain just hit 26%, barely topping Greece.

Not to be outdone, Greece’s largest labor union predicts it will rise to 29% next year.

In Spain, the unemployment

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Your Year-End Tax To-Do List: A 5-Step Plan

Tens of millions of Americans don’t even start thinking about their taxes until a few days before April 15. But if you’re interested in turning over less of your hard-earned money to Uncle Sam, it pays to start paying attention

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The Truth Behind The Job Numbers

By Michael Lombardi (Profit Confidential | Original Link)

Today, the U.S. Bureau of Labor released the November job numbersreport…and what a report it was!

A total of 146,000 jobs were created in November and the “official” unemployment rate in the

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The Big Unemployment Lie The Media Keeps Spinning…

The mainstream media is heralding the decline of the official unemployment rate to 7.7 percent as evidence that the U.S. economy is improving.  But it is a giant lie.  The truth is that unemployment in America is not actually going

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$35 Billion Ain’t What It Used To Be

Each time the stock market opens, it’s bound to do one of three things: go up, down, or stay unchanged; the other certainty is that the financial media will always be there to explain exactly why it went the direction

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Debt, Dividends, India and The Most Profitable Finger Exercise Ever

By Louis Basenese (WallStreetDaily | Original Link)

The famous financial scholar, Coolio, once opined, “Ain’t no party like a west coast party, ’cause a west coast party don’t stop.”

Well, there ain’t no columns like my Friday columns, because in

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