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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow +221.11 to 17,195.42
S&P 500 +12.35 to 1,994.65
Nasdaq +16.91 to 4,566.14
10-YR Yield -.018 to 2.305%
Gold -$26.60 to $1,198.30
Crude Oil -$1.14 to $81.06
We got our first read on third-quarter GDP growth today — and boy were the numbers strong! The U.S. economy grew at a 3.5 percent rate in the third quarter, well…

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Mike Burnick
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve followed through on its well-telegraphed intent to end quantitative easing (QE) as planned this month. Now investors wonder how this milestone will impact markets, if at all. Just to recap the recent history of Fed money-printing; QE1 was hatched by then Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke during the darkest days of the 2008 financial crisis, and later…

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Global Market Comments October 30, 2014 Fiat Lux Featured Trade: (FAREWELL TO QUANTITATIVE EASING), (SPY), (TLT), (TBT), (FXE), (EUO), (FXY), (YCS), (LNG), (BIDU), (TSLA), (BAC), (MS), (GS), (AXP), (AN EVENING WITH JAMES BAKER III), (CONNECTING UP AMERICA) SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond (TLT) ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury (TBT) CurrencyShares Euro ETF (FXE) ProShares UltraShort…

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow -31.44 to 16,974.31
S&P 500 -2.75 to 1,982.30
Nasdaq -15.06 to 4,549.23
10-YR Yield +.039 to 2.323%
Gold -$18.80 to $1,210.60
Crude Oil +$0.85 to $82.27
With my apologies to Don McLean, today was the day the QE died! Specifically, the Federal Reserve finally put the kibosh on the third incarnation of its money-printing program — slashing…

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On a day when the Russell 2000 has its best day in a year and best 10-day run in 3 years, I think sometimes looking back to when things were a bit different and a lot less emotional gives you better insight in to forward looking …

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Over the past couple of weeks, gold has managed a meager rally. Yet, despite the rally, gold has already given me a major sell signal. And another one looms ahead. Ditto for silver. It concerns me. Why? Because I know there are scores and scores of investors who are getting bad advice in the precious metals that will result in…

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow  +187.81 to 17,005.75
S&P 500  +23.42 to 1,985.05
Nasdaq +78.36 to 4,564.29
10-YR Yield +0.027 to 2.284%
Gold -$0.90 to $1,228.40
Crude Oil +$0.29 to $81.29
My “Alibaba” indicator is going berserk! No, I’m not talking about the story Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (though there are plenty of the latter on Wall Street looking to…

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Mark Najarian is the managing editor of Money and Markets. As of last weekend, sports betting was set to become legal in the state of New Jersey, and casinos and race tracks were gearing up to accept wagers on football, basketball, baseball and other games. Gov. Chris Christie this month signed the bill allowing sports betting, even though the move…

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MARKET ROUNDUP
Dow +12.53 to 16,817.94
S&P 500 -2.95 to 1,961.63
Nasdaq +2.18 to 4,485.90
10-YR Yield -.016 to 2.257%
Gold -$4.20 to $1,227.60
Crude Oil -$0.29 to $80.72
Over the weekend, we moved our corporate offices. That means I’m still settling in, and trying to remember where the break room (and my lunch!) is. I’m also basking in the…

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Don’t blink or you’ll miss something this week. The Fed’s FOMC meeting is Tuesday and Wednesday, with the announcement on Wednesday as usual. The initial third-quarter GDP figure will be released on Thursday. Earnings reports continue apace, with an emphasis this week on drug makers (Merck and Pfizer), insurers (Aetna, Aflac, MetLife and Allstate), oil (Exxon Mobil and Chevron) and…

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Dr. Martin Weiss
I live in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and it’s truly a very peaceful place to work or retire. The crime rate is among the lowest in the nation. The weather is delightful. And some of the schools, especially The Weiss School, which my wife and I founded 25 years ago, can provide a wonderful education for your children or…

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