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What To Expect From Buffett At Berkshire’s Upcoming Meeting

What To Expect From Buffett At Berkshire’s Upcoming Meeting

The Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder’s Meeting garners a lot of attention as Buffett, and his vice-Chairman Charlie Munger, share their views in response to questions from investors. This year’s meeting, scheduled for May 2, is likely…

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Stock Market: Investor Mood Too Optimistic

Stock Market: Investor Mood Too Optimistic

Last Friday (April 17) created relief and enthusiasm in the stock market. The Wall Street Journal even shifted their page one headline from coronavirus to the happy results: “Markets Rally in Face of Downturn.” The subhead excitedly…

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How Much Will Your Dividends Get Cut?

How Much Will Your Dividends Get Cut?

Be prepared for a 27% reduction in shareholder pay. Were you planning to live off dividends in retirement? Plan on living frugally for a while. A fairly long while. In the last recession, which ended…

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What Will Oil Autocrats Do Now To Keep Power?

What Will Oil Autocrats Do Now To Keep Power?

When most of the world’s oil producers seemed to reach a headline-grabbing production deal before the Asian markets opened for the week, the hope was that a price recovery was on hand. The oil ministry of Nigeria…

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Younger investors have been buying shares of cruise companies, two strategists say

Younger investors have been buying shares of cruise companies, two strategists say

Younger investors have lately been buying shares of cruise lines, two Wall Street strategists told CNBC on Monday.  TD Ameritrade’s JJ Kinahan said Royal Caribbean and Carnival Corp. have been two stocks that the brokerage firm’s millennial clients…

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El-Erian: ‘We’re not in an all clear’ for stock index buying, but the sell ‘everything’ moment has passed

El-Erian: ‘We’re not in an all clear’ for stock index buying, but the sell ‘everything’ moment has passed

Investors should be buying individual stocks, not indexes because more coronavirus-driven market volatility is coming, economist Mohamed El-Erian said Monday.  El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz said, he felt the time of “selling everything” passed a few weeks…

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