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August 2015

Wearable Tech Goes to Washington

By - August 31, 2015

The Pentagon announced a partnership with some of the country’s biggest tech firms to develop flexible wearable technology.

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Collapse of Abenomics Threatens Global Stability

By - August 31, 2015

Japan’s ever-expanding fiscal imbalances, coupled with stagnating growth, could lead to an unparalleled global crisis.

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The ONE Thing Stopping Me Shorting Twitter

By - August 31, 2015

We discuss recent woes for social media giant Twitter – and note that while there are compelling reasons to short the stock, there’s one BIG reason not to.

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Got a Bad Memory? This Company Has You Covered

By - August 29, 2015

Did you know that humans can only remember around 0.001% of their lives? So if you need help capturing and remembering life events, check out this technology…

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The Real Story Behind China’s Market Implosion

By - August 28, 2015

Following Monday’s carnage, 80% of the S&P 500 is ripe for investment – and this technical indicator will show you how to do it.

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Volatility Is Back! Trade This Moving Market Like a Pro

By - August 28, 2015

Following Monday’s “carnage,” 80% of the S&P 500 is ripe for investment – and this technical indicator will show you how.

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Baby Boomers Facing Retirement Crunch

By - August 27, 2015

Many Baby Boomers are nearing retirement but don’t have enough money to fund it. Tim Maverick offers some helpful tips.

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What Just Caused Outrage Among Spotify Users?

By - August 27, 2015

The breach of Ashley Madison’s website and leaking of users’ details has renewed privacy fears. And Spotify’s muddled privacy changes just landed it in trouble.

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Should We Really Worry About Killer Robots?

By - August 26, 2015

The idea of robots destroying mankind has always been in the realm of science fiction. But advances in AI and military technology are making it less of a fantasy.

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The Flash Crash of 2015

By - August 26, 2015

The morning of Monday, August 24 saw one of the most chaotic stock market events in years. Here’s what happened.

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Obama Clears the Way for Clean Power

By - August 25, 2015

Learn how Obama’s Clean Power Plan will benefit the renewable energy sector, particularly solar and wind power producers.

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Income Investing and the Credit Cycle

By - August 25, 2015

Income investors should allow the credit cycle to determine their asset allocations. Preferred stocks look attractive now.

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This Overseas Telecom Play is Dialed In

By - August 24, 2015

Vodaphone, a favorite of hedge fund guru David Einhorn, will look even better if it reaches a deal with Liberty Global PLC.

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Wall Street’s Most Hated Stock is About to Break Out

By - August 24, 2015

For years, analysts have wrongly predicted GameStop’s death. Now, the chart is showing that a breakout is imminent.

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Sanders Drops in on Trump’s Populist Wave

By - August 21, 2015

There's always been a populist streak in American politics. Sanders is taking a page from Trump’s book and riding the liberal wave.

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When Not to Trade ETFs and Other Helpful Tips

By - August 21, 2015

If you trade ETFs, you may be making some big mistakes. Luckily, you can improve your returns with these easy steps.

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Find Out How Much You Could Save With Solar

By - August 20, 2015

Google’s Project Sunroof provides homeowners with an instant estimate of how much they could save by switching to solar.

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Facebook’s Plan to Remain King of Social Media

By - August 20, 2015

Facebook is the king of social media, but it’s threatened by a host of rivals. Here’s how it plans to retain its throne.

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New “RAT Strap” Aims to Cut NFL Concussions

By - August 19, 2015

The number of concussions in the NFL remains a high-profile problem. But the U.S. Army’s new “RAT Strap” aims to prevent serious brain injuries.

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Yuan Devaluation Adds to Commodities Gloom

By - August 19, 2015

The reaction to China’s devaluation of the yuan speaks more to the psychology of the commodities market than it does anything else.

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Bearing the Weight of the Clean Power Plan

By - August 18, 2015

The Clean Power Plan is a huge step towards addressing climate change on the domestic level, but can our industry survive it?

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The Hidden Risks of Energy MLPs

By - August 18, 2015

LINE and BBEP are perfect examples of the failure of mark-to-market accounting. Bankruptcy could be dead ahead for both.

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U.S. Shale Oil Drillers Committing Seppuku

By - August 17, 2015

Shale oil companies are following the same manic strategy as iron ore firms: Produce as much as you can and hope for the best.

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Private Equity Isn’t Just for the 1%

By - August 17, 2015

Investing in private equity isn’t just for the super-rich anymore. Learn how you can take advantage of this profitable avenue.

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How to Make Money in China and Asia

By - August 14, 2015

Those who avoided the Chinese carnage may be congratulating themselves, but there are still opportunities in China and Asia.

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3 Investing Tips for Millennials

By - August 14, 2015

Many millennials aren't investing in the stock market. These three investing tips should make it easier for them to do so.

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Making Sense of China’s Currency Devaluation

By - August 14, 2015

China’s yuan devaluation sent shockwaves through the market – but if you’re using the right strategy, you didn’t get burned.

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You Can Fund a Virtual Reality Spacewalk

By - August 13, 2015

A new Kickstarter campaign is working to give the experience of being an astronaut to anyone, thanks to virtual reality.

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Google Glass Act II: Smart Glasses to Relaunch

By - August 13, 2015

Despite much fanfare, Google Glass failed as a consumer product. But following a rethink, it’s set to make a comeback in the workplace.

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Smart Harness Boosts Dog-Human Communication

By - August 12, 2015

Researchers have created a “smart harness” for dogs that heightens communication and the bond between dogs and humans, and enables better training.

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This Is Joe Biden’s Big Break

By - August 12, 2015

Clinton’s intimidating presence and growing scandals may have created the perfect environment for Biden to gain the nomination.

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Shedding Light on Obama’s Clean Power Plan

By - August 11, 2015

Obama’s recently released Clean Power Plan establishes some lofty goals, but how exactly will they be reached? Get the specifics.

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Three Reasons to Buy Small-Cap Stocks Now

By - August 11, 2015

We look at the reasons why small-cap stocks are set to rally heading into autumn – and why you should hold them over the long term, too.

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Airbus Wins Patent for Mach 4.5 Hypersonic Jet

By - August 10, 2015

New York to London in an hour? A new patent awarded to Airbus details a new hypersonic passenger jet, capable of hitting speeds of 3,400 mph.

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Lots of Heat, Little Light Emerges From GOP Debate

By - August 10, 2015

The first GOP primary debate produced a mélange of shocking quotes and viral clips. Here are some highlights from the big night.

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Wall Street “Preparing for Panic”

By - August 7, 2015

Hedge funds are preparing for the next market debacle. This time they’re worried about junk bond ETFs due to a lack of liquidity.

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The Asset Class of Choice Isn’t What You Think

By - August 7, 2015

Private equity isn’t on top of many people’s lists, but there are abundant opportunities to get into this desirable investment.

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Post-Crisis Returns Atrophy Without QE Injections

By - August 7, 2015

By analyzing the S&P 500 during and after the Fed’s quantitative easing efforts, we see that QE clearly pumps up returns.

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Invest Like Henry Kissinger

By - August 6, 2015

Russia is incredibly unloved right now… but it’s also dirt cheap. Now may be the time for a strategic investment.

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Trump Tunes in to America’s Discontent

By - August 6, 2015

Donald Trump is leading the 17-candidate GOP field. But will he win the nomination or will the GOP go with a “safe” candidate?

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Cheap Oil Benefits Refinery MLPs

By - August 6, 2015

Low oil prices may hurt producers, but refineries are another story. A few refinery MLPs may be worth an investment.

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The Airbus E-Fan Takes to the Skies

By - August 5, 2015

The next wave of aviation innovation is coming – and it’s using technology from the electric car industry to make it happen.

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Dealing With China’s Wobbly Stock Market

By - August 5, 2015

The Chinese stock market may seem overvalued, but the reality of the situation is that there ARE good options available.

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REITs to Benefit From Hot Tech Trends

By - August 4, 2015

Two of tech’s hottest trends are data and cyber security. And now, income investors can get in on these exciting fields.

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Ebola Vaccine Trial Is 100% Successful

By - August 4, 2015

None of the 4,000 Guineans given a new vaccine have contracted Ebola. Experts say this is the end of the epidemic in Africa.

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Amazon Echo: The World’s Smartest Assistant

By - August 4, 2015

The future will be brought to you by… Amazon. We look at the firm’s move into consumer products with Echo, its new-age personal assistant.

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Steel Company Uses Rabbits to Reduce Pollution

By - August 3, 2015

Microbes found in rabbits’ stomachs may be able to convert the harmful waste gas from steelmaking into useful fuel.

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Enhance Your Utility Sector Returns

By - August 3, 2015

The latest data shows anemic economic growth, meaning relatively cheap utilities could be attractive investments right now.

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