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Tech Stock Selloff

After rallying once again to new highs, the stock market is selling the same tech stocks that drove the pandemic stock rally. What does the current tech stock selloff mean?

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Will Higher Capital Gains Taxes Hurt Your Investments?

Whenever taxes go up there is a concern that investment will go down. Such is the case with President Biden’s plan to increase taxes on capital gains. Will higher capital gains taxes hurt your investments?

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Crypto With Best Profit Potential

Assuming that the crypto niche will not collapse and that it will continue to be viewed as a store of value, what is the crypto with the best profit potential

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Safe Legacy Energy Investment

Once upon a time you could invest in an energy company like Exxon, reinvest your dividends, and have a nice nest egg for retirement. Today we suggest Kinder Morgan as a safe legacy energy investment.

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Best 5G Investments

As technology advances, we are moving to a 5G world. We have pulled together several recommendations for the best 5G investments going forward.

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Investing Mistakes to Avoid for Beginners

Investing in the US stock market has been a reliable way to increase your wealth and gain a secure retirement for as long as there has been a US stock market. Over time stocks have outperformed other investments. But the market goes up and down. So, the most reliable profits come from investing for the long term. Unfortunately, many new investors are lured into bull markets with the idea that profits are easy and assured. This is just one of the investing mistakes to avoid for beginners.

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3 Reasons for Infrastructure Investments

The Biden infrastructure and jobs proposal has been launched. Getting the $2 Trillion proposal through Congress in one piece may be difficult but should not be impossible as every member of Congress would see benefits of spending, jobs, and infrastructure improvements in their districts and states. The sorry state of US infrastructure is touted as the reason we need such a plan and so much spending. But there are really three reasons for infrastructure investments which are high unemployment, dead end jobs, and infrastructure in need of fixing.

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Where Will Biden Infrastructure Money Go?

President Biden just introduced his proposal for a $2 Trillion plan to rebuild and modernize American infrastructure and to create American jobs. If this proposal passes Congress in its proposed form, it will provide many investment opportunities along with being the biggest domestic US investment since the Johnson years.

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Top Infrastructure Investment Opportunities

The US economy is going to grow nicely this year as it comes back from the Covid-19 shutdown. Investments in the recovery will continue to do well in the coming years if they are focused on American infrastructure. What are the top infrastructure investment opportunities for 2021? You need to think about what materials and technologies will be used to repair and advance infrastructure. And, then you need to look for the companies best positioned to profit from a broad range of projects.

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How Long Will the Economic Boom Last?

In our article about investments for the Post-Covid Economic Recovery, we noted that economists expect the US economy to grow by 7% by the end of 2021. But, there are good reasons to believe that the US economic boom will continue through the entire decade of the 2020s and beyond. First of all the Democrats have learned their lesson from the Obama years and will not shrink back from spending whatever it takes to drive down employment, bring manufacturing back to the USA, beef up US infrastructure, and protect America’s position in the global economic hierarchy. And, there are more reasons as we will explain.

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