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The U.S. market is the world’s largest and most liquid. It’s also the safest and most developed. It’s home to high-flying tech companies like Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Google (Nasdaq: GOOG), manufacturers like Ford (NYSE: F) and Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG), and financial juggernauts like JP Morgan (NYSE: JPM) and Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS). Traders bet billions of dollars on commodities in both New York and Chicago. And U.S. Treasury bonds remain the world’s preferred safe-haven investment, while the dollar reigns as the dominant reserve currency.

So it’s no secret that Wall Street Daily is especially focused on opportunities right here in the United States.

April 2014

Anarchy in New York, Taxicabs Suddenly Vanish…

By - April 16, 2014

Allow me to share an investment insight I recently received from self-made millionaire, Chris Camillo. Chris is the bestselling author who turned $20,000 into $4 million straight through the Financial Crisis, without shorting the collapsing housing market. Back in November,…

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Secret Found in MITs “Smartest Companies” List

By - April 15, 2014

MIT Technology Review just published its list of the world’s “50 Smartest Companies.” The list is strictly a reflection of the companies having the biggest market impact through the sheer force of genuine innovation alone. MIT’s list wasn’t concerned with…

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Stock Mysteriously Rockets 64% Before Market Opens

By - April 14, 2014

Zoe’s Kitchen, Inc. (ZOES) went public on Friday, earning those privileged enough to score shares at the $15 IPO price a lightning-quick fortune. The stock opened trading at $24.67, representing a 64.47% pop over the IPO price. Brentwood Associates, the…

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Uncle Sam is a Greedy and Angry Man

By - April 11, 2014

National Tax Freedom Day, the day the nation finally pays off its total tax bill for the year, hits on April 21, 2014. It’ll take us 111 days to appease Uncle Sam this year. Painful, right? Well, it’s even worse…

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Billionaire Ends a Long-Standing Mystery…

By - April 10, 2014

Today, I’d like to share a conversation I had with celebrated investor and bestselling author, Jim Rogers. Jim is the Co-Founder of the world-renowned Quantum Fund, which gained 4,200% over a 10-year period. He also has six bestselling books to…

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Billionaire’s Portfolio is Hemorrhaging Cash

By - April 9, 2014

The Nasdaq just had its biggest three-day loss since 2011, falling close to 5%. And tech investors are beginning to feel the strain. Take Facebook (FB) CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. According to CNBC, he’s “one of the biggest losers in the…

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Two Buddies Pocket a Million Bucks, Then Get Busted…

By - April 8, 2014

I founded Wall Street Daily directly in the teeth of one of the scariest times in U.S. history – the Financial Crisis. The first broadcast was sent to readers on December 3, 2008. In the days leading up to that…

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In Case Your TV Catches Fire Today

By - April 7, 2014

I’ve got a powerful week of moneymaking research cued up for you. Today, we’re grateful to have exclusive content from guest columnist, Tom Anderson. Tom is a legit tech insider, and sees a big opportunity born from Amazon’s latest product…

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CEOs Suffer Through the Same Recurring Nightmare

By - April 4, 2014

When Friday rolls around in the Wall Street Daily Nation, we roll out the charts. After all, a picture is supposed to be worth a thousand words, right? Plus, at this point in the week, you’re probably tired of reading…

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The One Sector Where Crash Helmets Are Advised

By - April 3, 2014

For months, the experts have been duking it out about whether or not the biotech sector is in a full-blown bubble. In one corner, we have the Richard Bernsteins of the world. Even though the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology Fund (IBB)…

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Cheap Shale Gas Leading to Chemicals Renaissance

By - April 2, 2014

The recent World Petrochemical Conference, held in Houston from March 25 to March 28, enjoyed record attendance… and for good reason. You see, cheap shale gas is fueling a renaissance in a chemicals industry that, just a decade ago, was…

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Three Lies You’re Being Told About Natural Gas

By - April 1, 2014

One of the most puzzling aspects of what’s going on in the oil and gas patch is the misunderstanding by so many investors and analysts about the profitability and sustainability of shale oil and gas. We’ve written about the topic…

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Why the Economy’s Future Hangs in the Balance

By - April 1, 2014

Brace yourself! This week promises to be a particularly busy one for economic reports. By my tally, the market is set to digest 20 separate data points – ranging from construction and natural gas spending to the MBA Mortgage Index.…

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