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Big Banks Set for Big Gains

Even without market movement following positive earning on Friday, U.S. Banks may be set to soar for investors. As a result of overall market uncertainty following a huge drop in the overall markets, a temporary bear market has stunted financials. Big banks are set for big gains to catch up to the market as a […]

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Bucket List Destinations You Can Skip

Money Examiners strives to be your full-service financial guide. Included in that pledge are travel ideas for where you may want to go next. It occurred to us, though, that guiding you where TO go, is incomplete without also guiding you AWAY from the overrated, the tired and played out, and the lame. Don’t you […]

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Traditional Tobacco Slumps as Juul Hits $15 Billion

E-cigs finally made their impact, and Juul Labs has been the main force of disruption. You can see their USB-shaped product in stores nearly everywhere now, and adaptation is growing. The company has more than half of the market share for electronic cigarettes, and recently filed suits for patent violations to reign in the competition. […]

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Hits Hurt Harder for a Post-Growth Facebook

The past three months for Facebook have been a turning of the tides. Long-term investors may be getting rightfully worried. In July Facebook issued lackluster growth guidance on both digital advertising sales and new users, sending the stock tumbling. Overall, that day, and in the time since, Facebook has experienced around a 25 percent selloff. […]

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Favorite Cars for Young Executives

“Image is everything.” Tennis superstar Andre Agassi first told us that in 1989 when he was repping Canon cameras. Since then, we have evolved, albeit not completely. Image isn’t everything, but neither is it nothing. In the new economy young executives know they must be excellent at what they do, as well as give off […]

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Interest Rates Jolt Higher with Economy

When 10-year treasury yields elevated above 3.25 percent early on Tuesday, they reached a 7-year high, returning to levels not seen since 2011. A controversial credit downgrade and global uncertainty would cause interest rates to tumble dramatically and remain relatively depressed until 2015, when the Federal Reserve raised interest rates from 0% to 0.25%. With […]

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Buy a Franchise Under $200

Getting into business was never for many people. Oh, you dreamed of becoming a high roller in the franchise world, but the closest you came to high roller was a twelve while playing Monopoly. “Business owners are old money. I can never be one of those guys.” At least, that’s what you always told yourself. […]

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