Is It Time to Sell Tech Stocks?

The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 index fell more than 5% on Thursday, interrupting a momentum-fueled uptrend that lifted many components to all-time highs. Semiconductor stocks triggered a second selling wave in the post-market after a Bloomberg report that China plans to develop its own chip industry to counter U.S. restrictions. This news put additional weight on the index in Friday's pre-market, […]

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It's time to reveal true cost of health care prices: Sen. Mike Braun

Fox Business Flash top headlines for June 30 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. As a small-business owner who kept costs low and health care premiums flat for 10 years in my company, I know firsthand that transparency is the trick to reducing the skyrocketing health care costs that are burdening patients, employers, […]

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Varney: It's time for some serious questioning of liberal politics

Varney: Blue states suffering most from riots, coronavirus FOX Business’ Stuart Varney on how blue states are handling protests and the coronavirus outbreak compared to how red states are managing these crises. FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” argues that the effects of rioting and coronavirus lockdowns raises questions about Democratic leadership. Continue Reading Below “Why is it that […]

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Ingraham: It's time for US to cut all ties with China

Ingraham: It’s time for US to cut all ties with China "The Ingraham Angle" host, Laura Ingraham, slammed U.S. athletes for their refusal to distance themselves from China in a show of support for pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong and she went a step further, calling for the United States to sever all relations with the communist regime. "I think we should cut ties with China across […]

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Country Time offers to pay fines for kids operating unlicensed lemonade stands

Lemonade stand (Photo: Getty Images) Unlicensed lemonade stands are only legal in 14 states — who knew? So if you had plans to help your young entrepreneur set up their first business this summer outside of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Nevada, North Dakota, New York, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Louisiana, Rhode Island or Vermont, you could face legal trouble.  The lemonade mix company Country Time […]

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The next time the economy tanks, the Fed should give people, not banks, free money

The Federal Reserve, appearing satisfied that the economy is close enough to 2% inflation and full employment, is reviewing strategies and tools. Perhaps it should consider some radical options — such as letting ordinary individuals establish accounts at the central bank and injecting “helicopter money” into each of those consumer accounts when the central bank determines the economy needs a […]

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Time is Right For U.S. Relative Weight ETF

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. As trade tensions run high, plenty of ex-US equity markets and the related exchange traded funds are languishing. Investors can profit from theme via the Direxion FTSE Russell US Over International ETF (NYSEArca: RWUI). RWUI tracks the Russell 1000®/FTSE All-World ex US 150/50 Net Spread Index. The aim of that index is to […]

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Elizabeth Warren jail time proposal for CEOs would radically change the law: Judge Napolitano

Elizabeth Warren proposes jail time for CEOs for acts of negligence Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on Sen. Elizabeth Warren proposing jail time for CEOs for negligence related to corporate scandals and the Democratic 2020 candidates’ pushing socialist policies. A proposal from 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., would make it a federal crime for corporate […]

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Age care: It’s time to talk about who pays and how much

Many retirees believe residential aged care is means tested and, therefore, quite affordable. However, when it comes to what you pay, one definitely does not equal the other. As a percentage of their wealth, low-means residents pay a high price – 50 cents for every dollar of income above $27,000 a year and 17.5 per cent of their assets between […]

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