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Authored by Kaitlin Last via BetterDwelling.com,The price of new homes is quickly diverging in Canada and the US. Data from the Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation (CMHC) show that new homes are selling for substantially more than the same time last year.  Meanwhile south of the border, data from the US Bureau of Census show that new home prices are on the decline. This has lead to

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Submitted by Nicholas Colas of ConvergexMillennials save more of their income than older generations. Don’t believe it? Look at a recent survey by Merrill Edge, which found millennials say they save 36% more than their general population counterparts report as over a third stash away more than 20% of their salary per year. As for what they’re saving for, that’s another story. Whereas baby bo

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Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,Since the election, much of the reasoning behind the surge higher in asset prices has been the expected tax cut/reform from the Trump administration which, as the theory goes, would lead to a surge in economic growth, higher inflation, and subsequently higher bond yields.Unfortunately, given the lack of progress on the ACA replacement/repeal,

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It's becoming a weekend tradition. Almost exactly one week after the latest ballistic missile test launch by Pyongyang last Sunday, and two weeks after a similar launch the weekend prior, North Korea has fired its latest unidentified ballistic missile early on Monday, South Korea's military said according to Yonhap News. According to NBC, the North Korean missile flew for 6 miles after launch and

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Last week, BofA's HY credit strategist Michael Contopoulos, laid out a list of the four things that keep him up at night, which included:1. Zombie Companies And Massive, Rising Student Debt Loads 2. Sliding Used Car Prices, Rising Delinquencies And Subprime Defaults3. Declining Loan Growth, Lack of commodity rebound and tighter balance sheet4. Lack of Investment, No Small Business Creation An

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Content originally published at iBankCoin.comDoes anyone else find it ironic that the nation who brought the world to war twice over the past 100 years is now leading Europe again, through the EU, and is openly casting aspersions at the United States, Great Britain, and Russia? Germany's Merkel is mad at the allies for getting in Germany's way of trying to conquer Europe via unelected autocrats. W

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Submitted by Jonas Chokun via 99Bitcoins.com,Who accept bitcoins as payment? Bitcoins are taking over the crypto-currency marketplace. They’re the largest and most well-known digital currency. Many large companies are accepting bitcoins as a legitimate source of funds. They allow their online products to be bought with bitcoins. With the extreme facilitation of transfer and earning of bitcoi

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The South African Rand is spiking to 2-month highs in early AsiaPac trading after President Jacob Zuma reportedly survives a bid by members of ruling African Nation Congress’s national executive committee to oust him, according to two members of panel who declined to be named because they aren’t authorized to speak on the matter. Bloomberg reports that the Zuma ouster wasn’t put to vote and

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For decades, portfolio managers around the WORLD would receive the periodic "Economics & Policy" newsletter, full of original insights on everything from the markets, to the economy, to geopolitics, as penned by Stephen Lewis, chief economist at ADM (if best known for his tenure at Monument Securities which was eventually absorbed by ADM). Sadly, on Friday Lewis sent out his "Valediction" - th

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Authored by Dan Ruiz via Blinders Off blog,Carmax is undoubtedly the most efficient and dominant used car retailer in the US. They outsell the next 3 volume leaders combined.However, something has changed. Please consider the following:Will the inventory turn at CarMax outpace the depreciation?This is a snapshot of CarMax’s inventory on March 22nd 2017:As of May 20, 2017, their inventory has




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