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5 critical questions to ask your financial advisor that go beyond the obvious, but are crucial to your portfolio...http://ow.ly/LaTxk
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The stock market crash of 2008-2009 was the worst since 1929. The Dow plunged 18% in one week - and 429 points in five minutes on Sept. 29, 2008(when the House failed to bail out $700 billion in bank debt).

We looked back at the bad actors on Wall Street and Capital Hill who caused the crash. These are the worst of them: http://ow.ly/LaSFf
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There’s been a sharp increase in the amount of U.S. debt held by foreign nations – and it has created a dangerous vulnerability for the United States…

The U.S. Treasury has accumulated $17.8 trillion worth of debt as of Sept. 30, 2014. That’s roughly 103% of the U.S. GDP in 2014, according to the GAO. About one-third of that debt – $6.1 trillion – is owned by foreign governments.

This means nations like China now hold the power to drastically affect interest rates.

“A foreign sell-off of U.S. securities could drive up U.S. interest rates and render the nation’s formidable stock of debt far more expensive to service…No one knows in advance when the tipping point will be reached, but the damage brought about by higher interest rates and slower economic growth will be readily apparent afterward.” ~ Nonpartisan think tank The Council on Foreign Relations.

Foreign ownership of U.S. debt is only one of the five catalysts that could ultimately cause our economy to collapse. Learn about the other four here: http://pro1.moneymappress.com/351082/
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This book wasn't written for tech investors - but it could make them millions.

We spoke with co-author Steven Kotler about Bold, his bestselling book that hit shelves in Feb. 3. He talked about how to spot a disruptive technology, the sectors in tech right now that he finds most exciting, and why two U.S. CEOs are his favorites today...
The top tech investing book of 2015 - wasn't even written for tech investors. We interviewed Bold co-author Steven Kotler about his moonshot bestseller...
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