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INTERVIEW Fear Sells Better Than Greed Mark Skousen shares his economic outlook and urges investors to remember not to let the bears and doomsayers scare them away from the market.
INTERVIEW Macro View on the Forex Market Kathy Lien outlines how currencies move upon expectations for interest rates and how the US economy is currently recovering but losing momentum.
INTERVIEW Crude Oil: Supply and Demand Dan Gramza takes a look at crude oil from a fundamental perspective, discusses supply and demand, and shares his viewpoint on the sustainability of current levels.
INTERVIEW Will 2016 Be the Year of Commodities? Jeffrey Kennedy shares his contrasting short-term and long-term outlook for gold.
INTERVIEW Too Good to Be True...Usually Is Alex Koyfman outlines how a penny stock selection strategy should be about decreasing the risk by doing the research to find out about the people behind the companies.
INTERVIEW Have We Learned Anything from the Past? Mark Skousen takes a historical look at past periods in this country to determine whether personal politics have really ever influenced investing and vice versa.
INTERVIEW Is the Path of Least Resistance Higher? Dan Gramza shares his outlook on the market, including the psychological shift he believes may have happened and what he thinks traders need to look for moving forward.
INTERVIEW Do Central Banks Really Have a Long-Term Effect on Currencies Jim Martens discusses the forex market and the long-term impact of the central banks' decisions in relation to the Elliott Wave principle of trader psychology.
INTERVIEW Time to Get on the Short Side? Jason Stutman discusses several tech stocks he sees as possibly becoming the next victims of the digital download revolution.
INTERVIEW Will Interest Rates Going Up Be the Death Knell for Dividend Stocks? Harry Domash doesn't think so and highlights two categories that can benefit from interest rates going up and why the companies' dividend-paying stocks should not suffer.