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Washington

This Policy Will Beat Down U.S. Profits

The new rules from the U.S. Treasury and Congress on tax inversions will hurt U.S. corporate profits.

The Allergan/Pfizer deal makes these problems clear.

Here's what investors need to know about the new tax rules...

Election

Dark Money Part 1: The Rise of Super PACs

Super PACs and dark money organizations have incredible sway over American election cycles. But it wasn't always that way.

It all started in 2010 with this landmark court case that changed the face of American politics...

Election

Dark Money Part 2: The Karl Rove Machination

Dark money nonprofits have incredible sway over American election cycles. They're hard to trace, and donors can give to them confidentially.

Karl Rove, a Republican strategist, has taken the power of these political nonprofits to new extremes...

Global Markets

U.S. Companies Flocking to Cuba Will Operate Under "Economic Imperialism"

A veritable "hotel race" has sprung up in Cuba for U.S. companies. Thawed relations mean new opportunities for the hospitality industry on the island…

But doing business in Cuba won't be easy, where "economic imperialism" — and not capitalism — rules the land.

Watch the video as Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald explains what Cuba's economic imperialism will mean for the American businesses flocking there in an interview with FOX Business' "Varney & Co."...

stocks

Why Big Tech Stocks Are "Unwinding" in 2016

Blue-chip tech stocks were some of the biggest growth catalysts for the bull market we exited in January. That was the longest bull market since World War II, which lasted six years.

Now we've entered a bear market. And it's sent the Nasdaq down 17% from its July highs.

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) are already down 11% and 26% this year, respectively.

Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald explains why big tech stocks are forfeiting their gains and how investors should play them long term...

stocks

Why the Stock Market Is Down in 2016

On Aug. 19, 2015 – five months ago – Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani told viewers of FOX Business' "Varney & Co." program that he expected a 20% market sell-off.

The Dow has slipped 8% since then.

Now Shah joined "Varney & Co." again to update viewers on what's next - and why he sees another 10% correction ahead in 2016...

Technology

Is Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) Stock Overvalued?

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock climbed 4.1% yesterday after the company reported quarterly earnings, and AAPL stock is now up 15.1% since the end of August.

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani made his regular appearance on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." Wednesday and explained how investors should handle Apple stock at this week's price.

Continue watching for Gilani's bold statement on AAPL stock...

Wall Street

The Best Investments When the Fed Raises Rates

Keith Fitz-Gerald was on CNBC's "Word on the Street" discussing the best investments if the Fed raises interest rates.

A recent Goldman Sachs report calls into question Keith's suggestion that Apple will see little impact from a rate increase.

But there is a flaw in that thinking, and investors may want to put the report in the context of Goldman's trading history...

stock market today

Is This Stock Market Correction Over?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been exceptionally volatile this week.

The volatility has investors wondering: Is this stock market correction over?

Here's why the sell-off might not be over quite yet...

Top News

The Trickle-Down Effect China's Stock Market Crash Will Have on the U.S.

China's stock market fell more than 6% on Tuesday, and investors around the world are worried about a full stock market crash in China.

The impact is being felt in the United States with the Dow Jones down more than 3% in the last month.

Money Morning Technical Trading Specialist D.R. Barton made his regular appearance on FOX Business Tuesday and discussed what trickle-down effects we'll see in the U.S. stock markets.