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Worries about the European Central bank's slowing bond purchases are overblown -- as recent history shows.
Who knows what Jerome Powell will do as head of the Fed?
The IMF's idea to create its own digital currency is merely interesting trivia at this point, not a threat to the U.S. dollar.
Bear-market panic forgets bull markets always follow -- often faster than expected.
Yesterday's corporate behemoths frequently fade away in a dynamic economy, confounding long-term forecasts.
A review of the U.S.'s balance sheet reveals a clean bill of health.
Compared to stocks' long-term investment returns, houses don't look quite so stellar.
Although headlines frequently forecast corrections, predicting them is impossible -- and dangerous, in our view.
Though the eurozone does have some structural issues, working them out isn't a prerequisite to positive returns.
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