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Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Slides as Investors Focus on OPEC Details

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is down after OPEC has seemingly reached an agreement to stop excessive oil production.

The details are murky, though, and it's not a guarantee that the agreement will be kept.

But that's not the only story you need to know- here's all the important stock market information to get you ready for Sept. 29...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Slides Before Presidential Debate

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is falling before the 2016 Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

The information from this debate should give voters a better idea of how the candidates plan to help the country.

But that's not the only story you need to know- here's all the important stock market information to get you ready for Sept. 26...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Slides as Investors Eye Busy Day of Fed Talks

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is down as investors try to figure out the real health of the American economy.

Investors believe there will be a rate hike in December, but it's still not a guarantee it will happen in 2016.

But that's not the only story you need to know- here's all the important stock market information to get you ready for Sept. 23...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Todays Dips After Interest Rates Remain the Same

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is down after the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates unchanged in September.

The Fed still wants to raise interest rates before the end of 2016.

But that's not the only story you need to know- here's all the important stock market information to get you ready for Sept. 22...

the Fed

Capitalism Might Not Survive the Fed's Next "Big Idea"

At the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium last month, there were strong hints from Fed Chair Janet Yellen and Vice Chair Stanley Fischer that they want to raise rates in the near future, but they have broken such promises before.

Those broken promises are likely what lead investors to continue their staggering complacency, and they missed some very disturbing noises about the Fed's plans to deal with the next recession.

These plans are unconstitutional and dangerous, but they're only the next step in a quiet revolution that's already being waged by central banks worldwide.

Credulous, complacent investors put themselves at risk of catastrophic losses as this "revolution" moves further along toward its only logical conclusion…

The wholesale destruction of free markets – and the wealth that people have parked there…

But it's the Fed's most recent move that could destroy everything. Here's the best move you can make in this environment to protect your money...

The Fed

How a Single Word from the Fed Can Wipe Out Markets

The Committee to Destroy the World opened is hydra-headed mouth one too many times last week.

The result was the biggest drop in stocks since Brexit.

The Dow Jones Industrial average fell nearly 400 points or 2.1% on Friday while the S&P 500 dropped nearly 54 points or 2.5% and the Nasdaq Composite Index also shed 2.5% and nearly 134 points.

Read more...

Technology

Decision 2016: This Choice Will Create Wealth… No Matter Who Wins the White House

No matter who wins the White House in decision 2016, this tech investment will protect you against Washington's malfeasance – and fatten your portfolio…

Take a look...

Oil

OPEC Needs This One Country to Boost Oil Prices – and They're About to Cave In

Some of the most closely watched events at the upcoming International Energy Forum meeting in Algiers will be the "side-bar" conversations between OPEC members and other non-OPEC producers.

Expect more talk about "production stability" – that is, a production cap or freeze to boost oil prices.

But no production cap will be possible without one country in particular.

And it now has an urgent reason to push for a deal to support higher prices...

Energy

This "Hybrid Breakthrough" Could Reshape the Entire Energy Sector

Grid parity remains renewable energy's "holy grail."

But this recent proposal for a "hybrid" approach could revolutionize the entire U.S. energy sector...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Flat as Traders Anticipate Yellen Rate Hike

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is flat as investors digest news from the Fed.

Janet Yellen and other Fed members are hinting that a rate hike could happen as soon as September.

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 29...