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The average yield for the favored 15 is 3.7%, exceeding both the S&P 500 and the bellwether 10-year Treasury note.
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While the GND was killed in Congress, the long-term outlook for the economy and stock market alike is green
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These tired clichés still have value, especially for long-term buy-and-holders
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Historically high stock valuations and murky economic data point to a mean reversion. Here's how to prepare for whenever the ax falls.
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Even the most basic knowledge of stock charts can help you make better investing decisions
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This technical indicator can help predict where stocks are headed.
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An ominous event in the S&P 500 likely will happen soon, but reports of the market’s death are exaggerated
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