Top 10 Gold Stocks To Buy Right Now

So much for Boots, the psychic goat.

And all the other polls. Brexit tried to teach us about foregone conclusions, but the market is the student at the back of the class, throwing spitwads and doodling. And so here we are, with a losing day ahead for Wall Street, and panic buying of gold and the Japanese yen.

Near term, of course, we know what to expect market-wise, both from polls....More>>>

Top 10 Financial To-Dos For Recent College Grads

If you’ve recently graduated from college, congratulations! Welcome to adulthood, the real world, or whatever you want to call it.


I’m sure you want to get busy with work and life, but there are some things you should keep in mind when it comes to your finances — before life gets too complicated.

In the spirit of late-night TV legend David Letterman’s....More>>>

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Jeff Bezos donned a robot suit over the weekend, and he looked pretty happy about it.

The Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) CEO tweeted a photo of himself testing out a giant mechanical robot suit at the company’s exclusive MARS conference late Sunday night. The conference focuses on machine-learning, home automation, robotics and space.

“Why do I feel so much like Sigourney Weaver?”....More>>>

3 Ways to Invest Like a Millionaire

Most millionaires aren’t born rich. During his three decades researching the wealthy, Thomas J. Stanley, co-author of “The Millionaire Next Door,” consistently found that between 80% and 85% of all millionaires are self-made. Some earned their fortunes through hard work; others, by saving aggressively. Many amassed wealth by investing wisely.

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Despite the Headwinds, Oil Prices Are Heading Much, Much Higher

Did you panic? Were you afraid?   Last month, on Wednesday, May 17, stocks got beaten up. After starting the week at new highs (around 2,400 on the S&P 500 Index), stocks fell nearly 2% – their worst one-day fall this year.   Anytime investors are reminded that stocks can go down as well as up in value, our mailbag "lights up." Subscribers suddenly want to have constant....More>>>

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Someone emailed me this question:

“One thing that’s been bothering me lately is if I’m spending enough time researching my stocks. Would you mind sharing with me how many hours you spend researching something before you buy it?”

This is a tough question to answer. The truthful answer is that I know very quickly – a lot more quickly than you’d think....More>>>

Economy adds disappointing 138K jobs in May

Hiring slowed substantially in May as employers added 138,000jobs, but thedisappointing showing probably wont stop the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates this month.

The unemployment rate, which is calculated from a different survey, fell from 4.4% to 4.3%, the lowest since May 2001, the Labor Department said Friday.

Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expected 180,000 job gains.


What This Whole Foods Acquisition Means for Wal-Mart and the Rest of the Industry

There was a major shock among grocery stores this past week that threw the industry on its head. Prior to the acquisition news, we speculated that this industry might be in trouble as the result of too much competition and margins too low. It just seems that there are too many sources for getting groceries.

Additionally, the advent of online grocery shopping is not helping. Food....More>>>

Musk, Iger quit Trump council over Paris pact

SAN FRANCISCO Businesses and corporate leaders were quick to react to President Trump’s decision Thursday to pull the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk made good on his threat to leave Trump’s CEO-stacked economic council, which he had promised to do if the presidentturned his back on the consortium of nations that signed the pact pledging them to fight....More>>>

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He did it. President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the U.S. is withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, just like he said he would during the presidential campaign, but with a caveat, saying the U.S. would also....More>>>