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10-OCTOBER 20-2020

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Who Ass are We CoveringEven though interest rates are at zero percent, the stock market still wants to see more stimulus — and soon.  After negotiations broke down on Monday for putting more money into the hands of Americans, stocks slid to lows of the day.
Add in the upcoming election as well as the ongoing earnings season, and it’s easy to see why the market is likely to be in for a volatile few weeks.  While many investors may not like volatility, it tends to be where traders get better returns.

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October 20, 2019

What’s Wrong With the World!  I can’t begin the list without thinking … Darren Hardy!

Sometimes we don’t have to look beyond the reflection in the mirror to begin this discussion…

Old can be new!  😉

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Come From Aways, Do You?

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