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Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Surges After FBI Clears Hillary Clinton (Again)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is up after the FBI stated their latest email investigation of Hillary Clinton warranted no actions against her.

Investors believe Clinton winning the White House will mean less volatility in the markets.

But that's not the only reason why the Dow is climbing today- here's all the important stock market information to get you ready for Nov. 7...

The Fed

What Every Investor Needs to Know Between Now and 2017

As expected, the U.S. Federal Reserve policymakers at this week's FOMC meeting voted to keep interest rates unchanged. Central bank rate policies and next week's U.S. presidential election are the two biggest influences on U.S. stock prices right now.

Well, the FOMC held the line on rates this week, but they're widely expected to boost borrowing costs in December – thanks to indications the long-moribund U.S. economy is finally accelerating. Indeed, Fed Chair Janet C. Yellen said back in September that strength in the job ranks and a healthy surge in inflation would give policymakers the confidence to raise rates.

This is a time when investors need nothing so much as a roadmap to where the market's going to actually go in the next weeks and months. Clarity, in other words… and there's precious little of that to be had from the traditional financial media.

But of course, they don't have D.R. Barton, Jr. - a 26-year market veteran and pro trader - on their speed dials like I do...

The Fed

Here's the Terrifying Endgame of Global Central Banking

Socialist monetarism: (sōSHələst mänidərizəm) the takeover of the free world by an oligarchy of bankers

The unthinkable is happening; in fact, the final chapter is being written as you read this.

Governments around the (presumably) free world have ceded fiscal and economic control of their countries to central bankers, who, drunk with power, are methodically replacing free-market capitalism with a new order of socialist monetarism.

If you don't know what I'm talking about, you're not alone. See, you're not supposed to know.

The fact is, we're supposed to think that central banks are our economic saviors.

But what they're actually doing, right before our very eyes, is radically changing the world we know.

And not at all for the better...