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Should We Be Concerned About America’s Next Financial Crash?

Andrew Deen | Equities.com |

With the state of the current economic system, should Americans be worried about America's next financial crash?


Leveling the Playing Field for Investors: TD Ameritrade Integrates New Constructs Research

David Trainer | Equities.com |

New Constructs provides TD Ameritrade clients with the sophisticated fundamental research that Wall Street insiders use to understand the true profits and valuation of companies and stocks.


Important Levels to Watch this Week...

Mark Putrino | Equities.com |

Traders and investors need to consider these important dynamics the S&P 500 Economic Sector SPDRs.


2018 Could End With A Dramatic Price Rally

Chris Vermeulen | Equities.com |

The bears and the shorts could be in for a wild ride throughout the rest of 2018.


HOLLY: “Selling Strength” Leads 20 Other Trade Ideas

HOLLY | Equities.com |

Of these 21 strategies selected today 14 are Long, bullish in outlook. 7 are Short, bearish in outlook.


Is There a Scenario Where This Ends in Less Than Chaos and Crisis?

John Mauldin | Equities.com |

Is debt good or bad? The answer is “Yes.” Whether it’s wise or not depends on what you buy.


John Paulson: How Investors Can Benefit From Risk Arbitrage Done Correctly

The Acquirer’s Multiple® | Equities.com |

The beauty of arbitrage is you can earn good returns that are non-correlated with the market.


Is Your Advisor In Your Pocket?

Pete Clemson | Equities.com |

Only about 1 of every 20 active mutual funds beat their benchmarks in a recent research report. Want to improve your odds for building wealth? Start now, keep going, & reduce your fees and taxes.


The Economic Consequences of Debt

Lance Roberts | Equities.com |

The U.S. is currently running a nearly $1 Trillion dollar deficit during an economic expansion. This is completely contrary to the Keynesian economic theory.


Midterm Elections: Gridlock Was the Best Possible Outcome

Frank Holmes | Equities.com |

A divided Congress might very well be the only time gridlock is a positive.