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  • GOLD: Will This Summer’s Rally Mark A Cyclical Turning Point?

    Between 1982 and 2012, gold typically started rising in early July, corrected slightly in October, and finished the year strongly higher. The first chart, courtesy of our friend, author, and market analyst Dimitri Speck, shows that the second week of June... Read More >>

    The “Smartest Money” Is Liquidating Stocks At A Record Pace: “Selling Everything That’s Not Bolted Down”

    Just over two years ago, at the Milken global conference, the head of Apollo Group Leon Black said that "this is an almost biblical opportunity to reap gains and sell" adding that his firm has been a net seller for the last 15 months, ending with the emphatic... Read More >>

    Whole Foods Apologizes For Overcharging Customers

    Whole Foods co-CEOs John Mackey and Walter Robb have apologized after investigations revealed customers in its New York City stores were being overcharged for some items. “Straight up, we made some mistakes. We want to own that and tell you what we’re... Read More >>

    Donald Trump’s Three Biggest Leadership Mistakes

    The last couple of weeks has been a tough-y for Donald Trump. On Wednesday, Macy’s M 0.36 percent announced it will remove Trump’s signature merchandise from its shelves, after the real estate magnate and 2016 Republican presidential hopeful called... Read More >>

    Is Xiaomi Running Out Of Steam?

    The world’s most valuable start-up company might not stay that way for very much longer. Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which was was valued at over $46 billion at its last funding round in December, said Thursday its sales in the first half of the... Read More >>

    How Hewlett-Packard Plans To Split In Two

    Hewlett-Packard is officially set to split in two. The tech giant filed regulatory documents Wednesday that confirmed its long discussed plans to spin off its printer and personal computer business in November. “Today, I’m more convinced than ever... Read More >>

    There’s A Ticking Time Bomb Inside The Online Advertising Market

    The media industry has no shortage of things to worry about. Audiences are going elsewhere, whether it’s to social networks like Facebook or digital-only competitors such as BuzzFeed, and so advertising revenues continue to fall—not just for print, but... Read More >>

    Seven Alluring Stocks Tempt Investors Into Peril

    It’s hard to resist the draw of a big dividend. Unfortunately, chasing beautiful dividends has been a Siren song leading investors into danger. There are seven stocks in the Standard & Poor’s 500, including oil explorer Diamond Offshore Drilling... Read More >>

    Insurance Acquisition: Centene Buying Health Net

    The consolidation steamboat that's charging its way through the health care insurance industry added another target as St. Louis-based Centene Corp. agreed to acquire Los Angeles-based Health Net in a deal valued at $6.8 billion. The companies said... Read More >>

    Apple Watch Sales Lagging

    The Apple Watch was supposed to be the next magical product from the gadget maker. Not so fast, says Andy Hargreaves of Pacific Crest in a note to clients. Hargreaves Tuesday cut his forecast for Apple Watch sales in the current fiscal year from 11 million... Read More >>

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