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The Newest Fiduciary Rule Could Up Your IRA Fees (Among Other Things)

Starting next April, all brokers will work under a new fiduciary rule. Understanding this change could save you a fortune – and your retirement.

Get up to date with this breakdown of the new fiduciary rule, including what the rule changes are and how they'll impact your money...


The Worst Bet Wall Street Has Ever Made

Wall Street's $1 trillion short position is the biggest bet of its kind since at least 2008. This pessimism has created a lucrative profit opportunity.

To beat the pros, bet against them with this investment - it's already beaten the markets by 77% over the past two years...

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Goldman Sachs' History of Baloney Settlements with Uncle Sam

Goldman Sachs' agreement to pay $5 billion at the government's behest on Monday is just another notch in Uncle Sam's loose belt.

In fact, the government has a history of lax settlements with the Wall Street investment leviathan.

Here's exactly why, once again, Goldman won't really suffer...

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These Hidden Perks in the New Goldman Sachs Settlement Make Us Sick

Goldman Sachs settlement with the DOJ boasts a massive $5.1 billion payout.

But the deal's fine print suggests the Wall Street leviathan won't be paying nearly that much.

Here's a look at the tax credits and incentives Uncle Sam is granting Goldman Sachs...


New Bitcoin Price Prediction by Needham Puts Value at $655

Another Wall Street firm has made an eye-popping Bitcoin price prediction.

This time it's Needham & Company, which has issued a report that says the Bitcoin price should be $655, about 57% higher than the current price.

Better still, Needham sees demand for Bitcoin rising over the next four years.

And it came up with this surprisingly high Bitcoin price prediction for 2020...

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The Truth About Non-GAAP Earnings – You're Being Deceived

A growing number of Wall Street experts have become increasingly critical of companies highlighting adjusted earnings. Also known as non-GAAP, these adjusted earnings are repeatedly being used to deceive investors…

Here's why non-GAAP earnings differ so dramatically from GAAP earnings, and how you're being deceived...

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Here's the Size of the Scam the Fed and U.S. Companies Are Pulling on Us

Stocks have been on a tear. After looking weak in February, they've soared close to 13% in a matter of weeks.

So why does it all feel like a magic trick? Why isn't the market rally giving investors any solid feelings? Why is everyone so nervous?

I'll tell you what's going on, who's responsible, and what you need to do now. Let's get started...

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How You Can Beat Wall Street in 15 Simple Steps

I have misgivings about Wall Street. Their short-term trading distorts the energy markets, almost beyond recognition.

Indeed, the past year has shown clearly how disastrous such speculation can be. But there is a way to remedy this situation: You.

As a normal investor with a balanced, long-term view, you can stabilize the market. Just follow this simple 15-step strategy...

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Why This Indicator Is a Bullish Sign for the S&P 500

Morgan Stanley recently issued an alert saying that going long on the S&P 500 Index presented the best buying opportunity in 20 years.

That might sound absurd to some, but not to you. That's because I've been keeping you on top of profit-making opportunities before Wall Street catches on.

Today, I'm once again getting you out in front with a chart that shows you how the market has crossed another critical bullish threshold.

Very few people are talking about this yet. And that makes it a big opening for you...

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You'll Love This Politician's Quip on Wall Street

During last night's Democratic debate, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said a few things about Wall Street that made us stop and think.

Whoa, we might actually agree with a politician about something.

Here's what Sanders had to say about Big Banks and their cronies on Capitol Hill...