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General Electric remains mired in a cash crisis — caused in large part by a bad bet on fossil fuels.

Profit in GE’s (GE) power division crashed by 88% during the final three months of 2017, the embattled company said on Wednesday.

The steep decline was driven by slumping orders for giant turbines and generators used in coal and natural gas plants. GE also took a hit....More>>>

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Source: ThinkstockNovember 16, 2017: The S&P 500 closed up 0.8% at 2,585.67. The DJIA closed up 0.8% at 23,458.29. Separately, the Nasdaq was up 1.3% at 6,793.29.

Thursday was an incredible day for the U.S. broad markets, breaking a two day slide. Overall, this massive win was propelled even higher by the House passing its Tax bill. Crude oil couldnt make up its mind on the day and ultimately....More>>>

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The price of oil has stabilized at more than $50 a barrel, which changes the formula for this commodity-driven industry. Although the $100 worth of oil appears to be now impossible due to the expansion of U.S. land drilling, the current price is enough to allow oil companies to make money again. This is exactly what happened with Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS-B), which is using the rising oil price....More>>>

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I assess markets using my 3G investing framework, which evaluates the three most critical forces, or gravities, that impact asset prices: fundamental, quantitative, and behavioral, explains Landon Whaley, editor of The Whaley Report.

As we begin 2017, all three gravities are decidedly bearish for gold; this indicates that gold is one of the best short opportunities of the next year.....More>>>

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If you have never seen it before, stop right now and visit the US Debt Clock website. Watching it is strangely mesmerizing and more than a little depressing.

It exposes the human brain’s inability to comprehend large numbers. We can look right at them....More>>>

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Lately, there is not a single day that goes by, which will not remind us that the post WW2 global order is coming to an end. A much older trend, namely the Western world order, which arguably started about five centuries ago is also disintegrating. New challengers to the hegemony we became used to are rising. China is now the third largest economy, only slightly bellow the EU and the US. The non-Western....More>>>

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Trump just past the final stage to become the U.S. President, and the Electoral College confirmed that Donald J. Trump will be the 45th President of the U.S. Like it or not, Trump is taking office and could affect the markets. After Trump won the election, markets have been trending higher and making all-time highs. As seen on the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Chart below:

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Pundits appear to be mixed about if or when the next recession will materialize. The debate has cast transportation stocks like Canadian National Railway (NYSE:CNI) into the spotlight. Canadian National is one of the world’s best run railroads. However, headwinds abound. For the first 46 weeks of 2016 total carloads for the year U.S. and Canada were down Y/Y by 9.3%....More>>>

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Stocks ended the week on a high note Friday, after a mixed performance on Thursday,and the Dow eked out yet another new high, it’s 11th straight record.

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rallied just before the close to endup 11.44 points, or 0.05%, to20821.76, it’s third straight week of gains. If it advances again on Monday, it will tie its 12-day winning....More>>>

Top 10 Energy Stocks To Invest In 2017

The U.S. presidential election is up in the air right now–FiveThirtyEight’s model puts the odds at 58.9% for a Clinton victory, 41.1% for a Trump win. So Deutsche Bank’s David Bianco and team came up with two baskets of 15 stocks, one for a Trump victory, the second for a Clinton win. Here’s Bianco’s take on what might happen if Republican’s sweep both the presidency....More>>>