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Weekly Updates you need to know, written by Keith Springer

Do Not Fear Inflation, It’s a Long Way Off

Tweet -How long will this stock bubble last?   There is much talk about inflation rearing its ugly head any day now, which will destroy our recovering economy as well as stocks. There’s even more fear that the Federal Reserve … Continue reading

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Is The Stock Market Worth The Risk?

Tweet Nothing feels better or easier, for that matter, than being invested in stocks when they are going up. The problem arises, however, when the market decides to take one of those classic corrections it does every year or two. … Continue reading

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4 Critical Risks Facing Your Retirement

Tweet And How To Tackle Them Head On   Everyone is focused on the risks associated with the stock market. Do you want to know why? Because that’s the only risk the media pays attention to. But there are 3 … Continue reading

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Keith Springer’s Market Scoop

Tweet To learn what’s going on in today’s world with the economy and financial markets, in plain English, and where stocks and bonds are headed be sure to watch this brief video update. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend … Continue reading

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5 STRATEGIES TO BECOME FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT

Tweet 5 STRATEGIES TO BECOME FINANCIALLY INDEPENDENT     Imagine the freedom, and power that comes from being financially independent. Imagine if you never had to work another day in your life – if you didn’t want to. Or if … Continue reading

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When Will This Economy Fully Recover

Tweet The stock market is clearly not the economy. Stocks are near new highs yet millions remain un- or under-employed, wages are stagnant and the government is building enough debt to make a banana republic proud. However, it won’t be … Continue reading

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Market Brief

Tweet Market Melt-Up   We’re seeing the classic signs of what’s called a market melt-up. That’s when the stock market drifts higher in the face of adversity. Quite simply, this is a market everyone loves to hate. Practically everyone is … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Neurotic Market

Tweet The Dangerous Neurotic Market        -Which is right, the bond market or stocks?   Since the beginning of this year, stocks have been like a crazy patient who forgot to take their meds. One day up 100, the … Continue reading

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Check Those Beneficiaries Every Year

Tweet Check Those Beneficiaries Every Year When life changes, so should the paperwork It seems obvious that when you divorce, remarry, add or, God forbid, lose a child or grandchild that you would change the beneficiary on your trusts, retirement … Continue reading

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There’s a Storm Brewing

Tweet There’s a Storm Brewing    -Time to be the lighthouse and not the boat I continue to feel like there’s danger on our shores. The massive increase in volatility in stocks over the last few months is often a … Continue reading

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