Tag Archives: Today’s

45 Attractive Dividend Growth Stocks In Today’s Overheated Stock Market – Part 1

By Chuck Carnevale: Introduction Most of my articles are oriented towards retired investors or investors near retirement. Although I occasionally produce offerings on growth stocks, most of what I write about discusses dividend growth stocks. Consequently, I often receive private … Continue reading

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Today’s Jobs Report And The Cult Of Central Banking: Counting Angels On The Head Of A Pin While Main Street Flounders

By David Stockman: That didn’t take long. The Fed’s unpaid PR flack at the Wall Street Journal, Jon Hilsenrath, was out with hardly an hour to spare after the August jobs report—relaying word from the Eccles Building that ZIRP is … Continue reading

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‘Dota 2′ is on the front page of today’s New York Times

The accompanying article is the first in a series exploring how competitive video gaming has developed into a spectator sport. The Times certainly isn't the first big media company to pay attention to e-sports: ESPN broadcast a preview of The International on … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Income Portfolios In Today’s Market: Consider Defensive Utility Stocks

By Chuck Carnevale: Introduction Retired investors, or those nearing retirement, that are looking for and in need of safe and attractive income investments are faced with unusual challenges in today’s financial markets. After a long bull run, common stocks are … Continue reading

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The Least Understood Dynamic In Today’s Economy And What It Means For Investment Assets

ByJoseph Stuber: I have written and commented extensively on the matter of the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency over the course of the last year, but suspect I have failed to really convey the significance of what is … Continue reading

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Today’s surveillance worse than ’1984′: Snowden – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald Today's surveillance worse than '1984': SnowdenSydney Morning HeraldWashington: Former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, in a Christmas message on a London television station, called government surveillance worse than anything envisioned by George Orwell in his … Continue reading

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3 Ways To Expose Yourself To Today’s Market

By Chris DeMuth Jr.: What are the best tools for protecting against missing run away equity markets? People can disagree about the best timing and the best sizing, but here are three tools that are proving useful in 2013 thus … Continue reading

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5 Attractive Investments For Today’s Difficult Environment

By Grey Owl Capital: “The art of being wise is the art of knowing what to overlook.” – William James Despite the recent shenanigans in Washington concerning funding the government and raising the debt ceiling, as well as the constant … Continue reading

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How Investors Can Mitigate Their Portfolio Risk In Today’s Tumultuous And Volatile World: Part 1

By Chuck Carnevale: Introduction This article was inspired by a comment/question posed by a reader who shall go nameless, on my recent article titled: “Utilities – Today’s Best Bond Alternative.” Here is the question: “Last question, I promise. Wondering what … Continue reading

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Utilities – Today’s Best Bond Alternative

By Chuck Carnevale: Introduction: Equity versus Debt a.k.a. Owner-ship versus Loaner-ship To refer to any stock or equity as an alternative to bonds or fixed income is sure to stir up the ire and consternation of many professional and individual … Continue reading

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