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Kirk Lindstrom
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New Series I Bond Rates - November 2018 through April 2019
On Monday 11/1/18 the Bureau of the Public Debt announced earnings rates for Series I Savings Bonds and Series EE Savings Bonds, issued from November 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019. Series I bond , or iBond, fixed rates are determined each May 1 and Novembe...
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State Street Investor Confidence Index Near 6-Year Low
Today State Street said their Investor Confidence Index fell 3.4 points to 84.4.  This is the lowest reading since December 2012 when it was 81.4 Graph: State Street Investor Confidence Index vs the S&P 500  “As major stock indices were hitting record highs...
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FB- Facebook Inc. - Fibonacci Technical Analysis
Currently Facebook ( FB charts ) at $144.68 is sitting just above the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level that spans the run from its all time low of $17.55 to its all-time high of $218.62.  From below, " After an advance, chartists apply Fibonacci ratios to ...
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All indexes but the Nasdaq are down for the year.
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Market Update & Sentiment Charts After Major Sell-off
Keep checking back as I add sentiment charts over the next few hours. Markets YTD Fear & Greed Index Closes at 6 Keep checking back as I add sentiment charts over the next few hours. Click "Follow" to get email updates or subscribe to my newsletter to get t...
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Tax Revenue Grows but 2018 Deficit Explodes on Higher Government Spending
The US deficit grew to $779 billion in fiscal year 2018, up 17% from fiscal 2017.   If you check my table below, it shows receipts from taxes and tariffs grew 0.6%, 1.5% and 0.4% in 2016, 2017 and 2018.    Over the same period,  government spending grew by ...
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Tax Revenue Grows but Deficit Explodes on Higher Government Spending
The US deficit grew to $779 billion in fiscal year 2018, up 17% from fiscal 2017.  This is the largest deficit number since 2012.  Can you imagine if your family spent like this? Where the money came from and was spent: In Fiscal 2018 [$ millions]:   Receip...
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For those of us still working, the maximum amount of earnings subject to the Social Security tax (taxable maximum) will go up $4,500 or 3.5% to.....

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Fear and Green hit 5!
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