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Market Consolidates Gains Looks for Reset
1/19/2018 - After yesterday’s 300-point session, it wasn’t a surprise that the market pulled back; however, the session had its moments when the buy-on-dips crowd made its move. 

Technology was higher, led again by semiconductor stocks, including Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Healthcare stocks eked out a slight gain as UnitedHealth Group (UNH) continued to move higher; the company had monster earnings that beat big time. Also, there is a lot of speculation on the next big biotech ta... MORE

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Special 2018 Sector Review
Just when it looked like the market would drift into 2018 satisfied with a great year and ready to reboot after the New Year, buyers made their move. After one o’clock they started to nibble, but it became a feeding frenzy. This report is a Special Sector Review with predictions for 2018. Read more.
Economy
Investor Optimism
1/11/2018 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
The economy has come on like gangbusters under President Trump, and it is building momentum (18% rate excellent in January from 11% in December 2017 and from only 2% in November 2016). Read more.
Housing
Kicking the Tires
1/11/2018 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
One of the first areas of the economy to pop in response to the presidential election outcome was housing.  That soft data is becoming concrete and will get better as more regulations are removed. Read more.
Economy
New Collar Jobs
1/8/2018 By Charles Payne, CEO & Principal Analyst
What’s the answer to the nation’s crippling skills gap and the expensive out-of-reach cost for college? New collar jobs. Read more.

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Who should be responsible for training potential workers to attain skills for those so-called "new collar" jobs in the new economy?
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Five Investing Approaches You Must Know
At any given time, there is a dominant investment theme that seems to capture everyone's attention. Get Charles' free 10 page report which includes in-depth explanations of each of the five investing themes every investor must know, stock ideas for each and how to play them. Don't miss this one! Read more
Special Report: Investing Now The Conundrum
The current conundrum for so many people is whether to get back into the stock market that’s trading at an all-time high. It’s easy to understand the anxiety associated with such a decision at this time because millions of Americans lost billions of dollars in stock market crashes. Read more
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