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Why Brexit Is Hiking UK Power Prices – and the Worst Is Yet to Come

Post-Brexit, the pound has fallen to 30-year lows.

And this dramatic decline has prompted a major change in the UK energy sector that will have dire consequences for British consumers...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Climbs Ahead of FOMC Results

he Dow Jones Industrial Average today is climbing ahead of the final FOMC meeting for July.

Today, the markets will know what Janet Yellen thinks about the global economy and if interest rates will be raised.

But that's not the only story you need to focus on today- here's all the important stock market information for July 27...


The Best Tech Investment You Can Buy Is… Ford?

To say I love cars is a huge understatement. When I'm not picking stocks or reading history, I'm working on any one of several hot rod restoration or rebuild projects I've got going on at all times.

So naturally I'm familiar with the old gearheads' joke: "Know what 'Ford' stands for? Fixed or Repaired Daily!"

Once upon a time, I might have laughed along with the crowd. But not so much these days.

That's because I know Ford has gone beyond "cleaning up its act" and become an indisputable industry leader in that all important profit-generator: innovation.

In fact, this "car" company is fast becoming virtually indistinguishable from the hottest, most valuable Silicon Valley players.

Its shares are starting to act the part, too – they're up nearly 13% over the past six months alone.

But the company has some new technology hitting the streets soon that could act as a shot of "nitro" to the share price.

This company is innovating right now, with strength, like few others. That makes it a classic tech play.


Sanders' DNC Speech Contained This One Coded Message That Could Upend the Convention

Bernie Sanders' DNC speech on Monday was full of support for Hillary Clinton.

But it also had a coded message in it that could upend the convention...


Marijuana Stocks Will Soar as the Industry Grows to $30 Billion by 2020

Marijuana stocks have a ton to offer investors that want to take advantage of the up and coming marijuana industry.

In fact, by 2020 the U.S. marijuana market could be worth upwards of $30 billion annually by 2020. That's growth you won't want to miss out on.

And that's just the start...


Crude Oil Price Today Falls to 3-Month Low – Here’s Your Profit Play

The crude oil price today dropped to its lowest point since April 8.

Despite today's decline, oil prices have stabilized in the $40 range and will move toward $60 by 2017.

And this "range-bound" price environment makes this oil ETF a great investment today...


Things to Consider When Picking Oil Stocks to Buy Now

The best oil stocks to buy now are not the ones most think.

Get the name of a top-notch oil stock to buy and find out the oil stocks to avoid and why.

Continue here...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Falls Ahead of July FOMC Meeting

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is down ahead of the July FOMC meeting.

The market believes there is almost no chance of rates being raised in July, but this meeting will provide insight on what Janet Yellen thinks about the global economy.

But that's not the only story you need to focus on today- here's all the important stock market information for July 26...


Research Points to Steady Market Highs, but I'm Not Convinced

The market's strength continued last week, with new all-time highs made in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500.

From a technical perspective, that's significant – but more for what it doesn't prove.

You see, through Wednesday, the Dow had made higher closes on nine straight days for just the seventh time in the last 36 years.

According to Nautilus Investment Research, the six months following each string of nine successive up closes in the Dow showed an average gain of 10.4% – with each of the six showing positive results (the smallest gain was 4.7%).

But here's the problem with that: First, this a very small sample size, so while this represents an interesting trend, it's a mistake to take this as conclusive proof. Second, with the U.S. election season vitriol blazing away, and global economic uncertainty abounding, you should take this quantitative analysis with a grain of salt.

Despite the strength of the post-Brexit "march to new all-time highs," the speed of the rise has slowed considerably, and the pullback we saw in yesterday's trading confirms that.

Here's what to do about it...


Upcoming IPO Calendar This Week Led by Bioventus IPO (Nasdaq: BIOV)

This week's upcoming IPO calendar includes four companies set to raise a combined $424 million.

July has been a tremendous month for the IPO market as several offerings outperform the broader market.

Here's what you need to know about July's IPO performance and this week's deals...