What Yogi Berra Can Tell Us About Zuckerberg’s Facebook Plans

New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra will go down in history as one of the greatest catchers who ever played the game.

He captured 10 World Series titles as a player, was a three-time American League MVP, and won pennants in both leagues as a manager, too.

But his Hall of Fame career isn't all that this baseball icon, who passed away last year, is remembered for.

Many also remember him for his "Yogi-isms," his short and often confusing words of wisdom or funny sayings that mashed a few different ideas together.

These include "It's like déjà vu all over again," "You can observe a lot by just watching," and "Even Napoleon had his Watergate."

These aren't just funny one-liners.

They have real-life applications.

In fact, one of my favorite Yogi-isms can be applied to one of my absolute favorite tech stocks right now.

Let me show you...


This Correction in Gold Prices Will Lead to More Gains

Gold prices have been falling recently as the metal suffers from a temporary correction.

But this hasn't changed our bullish gold price outlook.

Here's where we specifically see gold prices heading by the end of 2016...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Slides as Healthcare Stocks, Oil Prices Fall

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 65 points today after a decline in healthcare stocks and oil prices.

Here's everything you need to know about what happened in the stock market today...


On the Facebook Stock Split Date, Don't Panic When Shares Appear 70% Lower

On June 20, shareholders approved a Facebook stock split.

The date has yet to be set, but the 3-for-1 stock split could happen within the next two years.

And on the date of the Facebook stock split, it will appear that the Facebook stock price dropped nearly 70% in just a day. Before that happens, our readers need to read this to prepare themselves...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Flat Despite Oil Price Slide

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is flat as oil prices remain volatile.

OPEC has a meeting in September, but few expect the oil cartel to reach an agreement on capping excessive oil production.

But that's not the only story you need to know- here's all the important stock market information to get you ready for August 24...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Falls After Energy Stocks Slump

The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 23 points after a small sell-off in the energy sector.

Here's everything you need to know about what happened in the stock market today...


The Uber IPO Date Just Hit a Major Roadblock

There's no official date, but when the Uber IPO date is set, investors will have their calendars marked.

Wall Street is eagerly awaiting what would be the hottest IPO of the year.

But because of a rejected court settlement, the Uber IPO could be in trouble. In fact, the company could lose billions before the IPO even happens...

Trading Strategies

The Secret to the Secret (of Big Profits)

Most investors can't predict the markets, but they don't need to.

This strategy is the secret to big profits - gains of 145%, 520%, and more - even in as a little as 10 years. Learn more here...


Our Facebook Stock Price Analysis Shows Market-Beating Gains in September

After reviewing a Facebook stock price analysis, we made a shocking discovery.

In fact, it was so shocking that we had to make sure we got this report out before September.

You see, we discovered a trend that means by buying FB stock now, you could lock in some major profits by the end of September. Here's everything you need to know...

Market Crash

A Default Spree Is Coming… And It's Going to Be Ugly

Junk bonds may be rallying but it has little to do with corporate credit quality, which just keeps deteriorating.

As of the end of August, 113 companies had defaulted on their debt in 2016, already matching the total number of defaults from 2015. The year-to-date default count was also 57% higher than a year earlier.

In case anyone is paying attention (it appears they are not), the last time defaults were this high was in 2009 when 208 companies failed during the financial crisis.

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