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Steve Sjuggerud on the Massive Drop on Wall Street

August 21, 2015
In an interview with Fox Business News, True Wealth Editor Steve Sjuggerud explains why he thinks fears surrounding the Federal Reserve's coming rate hike are overblown. "One thing that people fail to realize is that stocks actually perform well when the Fed is raising rates." Looking at the stock market, Steve also said there are…
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Jeff Clark comments on September rate hike worries

August 5, 2015
Several lukewarm economic reports released in the last few days eased worries that the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in September. "I don't think the Fed is ready to raise rates and is looking for reasons to not raise," Stansberry Short Report Editor Jeff Clark told Reuters. "The data supports the idea that the…
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Jeff Clark on today’s market action

July 9, 2015
CNBC's Evelyn Cheng quotes Master Trader Jeff Clark in a piece on today's market action and what to expect moving forward. "Whether its Greece, China, or Puerto Rico, I think a lot of [Thursday's opening rally] has to do with the fact that we've been so long without a correction," said Jeff. "This is one…
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How to Invest in Russia and Cuba

July 8, 2015
Stansberry Research Emerging Markets Strategist Kim Iskyan joins Malaysian radio station BFM 89.9 "Market Watch" to discuss the opportunities he sees in two contrarian ("out of favor") markets: Russia and Cuba. Kim shares a few specific investment ideas that offer the potential for big returns. He also lays out some guidelines that can help investors…
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MSCI decides against adding China to its indexes

June 10, 2015
Yesterday after market close, MSCI – the world's leading global stock market index provider – said it would not be adding Chinese stocks, the "A-shares," to its Emerging Markets Index at this time. Last month, Steve told Forbes that MSCI would likely back off on including the A-shares until the Shenzhen stock exchange is connected…
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What to expect from tomorrow’s historic decision

June 8, 2015
Forbes columnist Ken Rapoza quotes Editor Steve Sjuggerud in an article on tomorrow's MSCI-China decision. MSCI is the world's leading provider of global stock market indexes. Steve says hundreds of billions of dollars could flow into mainland China stocks if MSCI decides to include them in its Emerging Markets Index. This would shift the priorities of fund…
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