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Aravinth Raj

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Am I the only one losing money? Read & rework http://bit.ly/1nY8PuT #trading #tips #Money
Even my trade goes wrong… Oops!!! accident-994009_960_720. No one in this trading world does perfect trade. Take it for granted. But, most of us get panicked when the trade goes against our view. There is nothing wrong or unusual in this human nature. Just pause and think a moment about machine ...
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Pete Garner

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Remember when you were a kid and you kept your lunch money to do fun things? My new book is here. . www.lunchmoneytrade.com. Download it for free today.
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ecoNNet

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1.The turbulence in high yield was really not a big deal when compared with the performance of other risky assets, including equities

2.US stocks down 1% and stocks in core Europe up 7%

3.EM equities at the extremes, with Brazil down 13% and Russia up 23%

4.USD EM corporate bond returns down modestly

5.The best performer in fixed income was… US and European government bonds
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ecoNNet

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Over the 12-months ending September 30, 2015, S&P 500 companies have spent 64.6% of their net income on share repurchases.

But during this same period, a full 130 companies have spent more on buybacks over this period than they generated in net income. This is the highest number since the recession and a potentially worrying sign for those who argue that buybacks are merely an empty form of financial engineering meant to goose share prices and potentially reward executives. 
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ecoNNet

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"It is the time of year when we should expect the laggards to start their outperformance run into February," FBN Securities' JC O'Hara said in a note to clients. "Typically, the most beaten down stocks on the year see inflows."

This is a trade that's probably not suitable for most people. Investors should do their homework before deciding to buy a stock with the hope that it'll go up just because it's down.

Having said that, it's interesting to see what the history actually shows.
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ecoNNet

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America's corporations have doubled their total debt levels, according to a note Tuesday from analysts at Goldman Sachs.

The debt has been raised by American firms to fund mergers and acquisitions and to buy back their own shares.

And despite seven years of zero-interest rates and quantitative easing, interest payments have climbed by nearly 40% since 2008. The rate of interest paid, however, has fallen to around 4% from nearly 6% since 2009.
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ecoNNet

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And the outflows from US stocks, at $260 billion over the last decade or so, have been the largest across not only all regions but all asset classes. 

Flows back into US stocks started to turn around during 2012 and 2013 as the Federal Reserve engaged in its third quantitative easing program and money was running out of emerging markets and into developed markets. 

But Chadha notes that this trend reversed earlier this year as negative economic data surprises — as well as quantitative easing programs in Japan and Europe — led to an additional $150 billion coming out of US stocks.
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Brian Lund

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"The Next Apple Is Out There: Here's One Way To Find It."

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How cool would it have been to have had a crystal ball back in 2001 when the iPad first came out? It could have told you that by 2007, Apple’s stock would be up 1245%, by 2010 up 3200%, and that by 2015 their stock would be up a whopping 13,300%. So, who thinks the SPARK Crystal Ball should …
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Andreas Cseh

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The Kitchin Cycle (aka Business Cycle) https://marketcycledynamics.com/cycles/kitchin-cycles/
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ecoNNet

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The chart, which from Tom Lee at Fundstrat Global Advisors, shows that when you look at rolling 10-year stock market returns, the current bull market looks like it's just getting started.
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ecoNNet

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The global economic downturn followed by the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis had prompted investors to slash exposure to European stocks, and it has taken eight years to offset the cumulative 170 billion euros outflow gap created in the aftermath of 2007, data from EPFR Global shows.
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ecoNNet

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Sudden surges in Retail employment and Construction jobs and wage growth would help clarify a few things for those who 'believe' in miracles.
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Bill Igoe

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A handy tool to view FEAR in markets.
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Too many beginning investors fear the stock market. Here's how to get over your fears and start saving for the future. #Investing
When it comes to investing, fear is a big problem. We are going to help you get over the fear of investing.
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Haseeb Anjum

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ecoNNet

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Deutsche Bank's Binky Chadha offers this chart tracking year-over-year earnings growth in aggregate and excluding the impacts of oil and the dollar.

And like that, an estimated 4% drop in earnings becomes an estimated 8% jump.
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ecoNNet

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Fortunately, the folks at Bespoke annotated the last six months of S&P 500 moves and put them in one chart so that we can all reminisce on what a half-year it has been. 

But take a look back at what's happened in the stock market over the last six months and perhaps you'll recall fond memories of the latest Greek debt crisis, or March headlines that rate hikes from the Fed could be coming in June, or the late August meltdown about fears over China.
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