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Weekly Updates you need to know, written by Keith Springer

Don’t Fear The Inflation Reaper

Tweet Welcome to the New Industrial Revolution The world is on pins and needles awaiting the Federal Reserve. I know I know it seems like we’re always awaiting one decision or another from the Fed and this time is no … Continue reading

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Is This Just a Correction or the Big Crash?

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Is This Just a Stock Market Correction or The Big Crash?

Tweet Learn how to bullet proof your portfolio and your retirement dreams   The market has been on one heck of a ride over the past two weeks. The Dow has lost all of the gains it made in 2014 … Continue reading

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Critical Market Update 10-03-2014

Tweet Critical Market Update 10-03-2014   This morning’s jobless numbers were a welcome sight to investors as it reversed that downward trend we’ve seen for the last several weeks. We may not be out of the woods yet, as we … Continue reading

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Myths Of Successful Retirement

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Keith Springer’s Smart Money Newsletter The 4th Quarter and Beyond! 09262014

Tweet To learn what’s going on in today’s world with the economy and financial markets, in plain English, and too see where stocks and bonds are headed be sure to watch this brief video update. Hi, there. I just want … Continue reading

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The Tax Trap

Tweet How To (Legally) Reduce Your Taxes In Retirement Guess what? You have more control over how much you pay in taxes in retirement, than any other time of your life. What you’re doing right now, is simply filing your … Continue reading

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How to Predict the Stock Market

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Keith Springer’s Smart Money Newsletter The 4th Quarter and Beyond! 09122014

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