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How to Predict the Stock Market

Tweet Most investors and traders alike believe that market moves are based on daily media events. That might be true if you like to invest your nest egg at a table game in Vegas. For true long term investors, demographics … Continue reading

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

Tweet The 4th Quarter and Beyond!   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 … Continue reading

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Retire On Your Own Terms

Tweet Half of All Americans Are Forced to Retire Unexpectedly Strategies To Retire On Your Own Terms Half of all Americans — 49% to be specific — are forced to retire unexpectedly. That’s a shocking number when you think about … Continue reading

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These 3 Things Will Keep Stocks Moving Higher… Which May Surprise You

Tweet The clear consensus among investors is that a catastrophic fall in the market is imminent. We all love to focus on the effects of the government and Federal Reserve’s meddling in the economy, most notably a massive 17.5 trillion in … Continue reading

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Retirement Is More Than A Magic Number

Tweet Retirement Is More Than A Magic Number       Are you trying to achieve some “magic number” for retirement? Find out why this strategy is dead. And where you should turn your focus. Listen to Smart Money with … Continue reading

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What is moving the market’s right now.

Tweet MarketWatch | 8.13.14 | Listen To The Interview What is moving the market’s right now. Listen to Keith’s short in-depth interview with MarketWatch’s Larry Kofsky on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, where he discusses what is … Continue reading

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The Retirement Tax Bomb

Tweet Little-Known Strategies to Legally Pay Fewer Taxes in Retirement There’s a time bomb ticking and it could cost you a small fortune in retirement!Do you know what it is? It’s taxes! If you don’t have a tax-efficient investment strategy, … Continue reading

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It’s What You Don’t Know Than Can Kill Your Retirement!

Tweet Your Guide to Conquering Retirement’s Unknown Obstacles!   The most dangerous thing about planning for retirement is not what you do know – it’s what you don’t know. Anyone over age 50 is facing far more challenges in retirement … Continue reading

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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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