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Despite the tension mounting as the US approaches the Fiscal Cliff, Sandy Lincoln of BMO Asset Management US says 2013 could look promising after all.
Though Fiscal Cliff countdown rapidly approaches, Again Capital's John Kilduff remains optimistic about the US Oil and Gasoline market in 2013.
The marijuana medical industry is a $2M market, forecasted to grow to $9B dollars in the next 4 years.
Investment managers and analysts are feeling optimistic about 2013.
What will happen to Colorado & Washington, the two states that have legalized marijuana consumption? The Federal Government still considers it illegal.
The Federal Reserve continues to pump money to stimulate the economy bringing up inflation concerns, but many commodity prices remain low.
The Federal Reserve suggested today that rates will remain low, for the next few years and Bond Bubble worry grows! PIMCO CEO, Mohamed El-Erian gives us his take.
Though both climactic college games will share a stadium and week, Rick Horrow explains how the championships expect very different results.
As fiscal cliff talks continue in Washington, eyes have also been on the Federal Reserve. Here's how 2013 policy actions could impact investors.
Small business owners are preparing themselves for the Fiscal Cliff. Three CEOs Won Hire Power Awards from Inc Magazine, and discuss their outlook.