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Keith Springer on FOX40- Bank of America profits surge, Amazon sees strong numbers on Wall Street

In case you’ve missed Keith on FOX40 , take a look at our July FOX40 video archive to watch Keith discuss what’s happening in the market, the economy right now, and strategies on how to get the best returns with … Continue reading

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Smart Money with Keith Springer Newsletter- Bernanke’s Loose Threats Spook Markets

Bernanke’s Loose Threats Spook Markets    Written by Keith Springer 5.31.13 Investors have been cautious since last week’s comments by the Federal Reserve (FOMC) that the economy might be strong enough to stand on its own and further stimulus might … Continue reading

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Keith Springer quoted on CNBC- Investors May Hate Bonds, But They Keep On Buying

Investors May Hate Bonds, But They Keep On Buying Published Friday, March 22 | 12:43 PM ET By Jeff Cox- CNBC.com Senior Writer Read Original Article Here They are the investment everyone suddenly hates to love, but those bonds that … Continue reading

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Barrons – It’s Time to Talk Trash

By ANDREW BARY | OCTOBER 8, 2011 The junk-bond market has taken a big hit. It might fall some more, but patient investors will be rewarded. Anyone in search of income should take advantage of the hefty yields.

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Sacramento Financial Author Keith Springer Quoted in CNBC

In CNBC article, Market Fades as Debt Deal Proves Elusive, Keith Springer author of Facing Goliath discusses the current state of the stock market and how it will affect investors.

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Interview In CNBC Article: Two Years Later, Bears Still Hiding in Their Caves

“Like a card shark figuring out the right way to play a tough hand, the stock market bear is waiting for his bullish opponents to go all in before making a move,” says Jeff Cox, staff writer for CNBC.

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