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Many US companies are now using a legal smoke and mirrors accounting practice to positively manipulate their earnings reports. In the past companies would announce their… Read More »US Companies Now Report Earnings With Smoke And Mirrors
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By JEFF DESJARDINS at The Money Project Why a Brexit Could Be a Losing Proposition for Everyone After two days of intense negotiations, British Prime… Read More »Why a Brexit Could Be a Losing Proposition for Everyone
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By JEFF DESJARDINS at The Money Project Gold has started 2016 in “hot” territory. Up 5% in just under a month, the yellow metal is… Read More »Gold’s Biggest Winning and Losing Streaks
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