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Why FAANG Stocks Won’t Lead The Market Lower In A Correction

When the next downturn arrives, the FAANGs will be immune to the worst carnage.

FOMC Minutes Signal Balance Sheet Normalization Begins In September, Most Saw Inflation Pick Up

Since the July 26th 'nothingburger' FOMC statement, Nasdaq is down but bonds and bullion are higher as domestic politics and global war have trumped monetary machinations. All eyes in today's Minutes will be on any mention of inflation and the balance sheet. Show More Summary

Three Breakouts, And One Possible Breakdown In Cummins

Three stocks breaking out of consolidation patterns lead our charts to watch today, while one trending lower is highlighted as a potential short.

Sam Hunt and Maren Morris bring good-time vibes to the Greek

Sam Hunt and Maren Morris are undoubtedly two of the hottest young-and-rising stars on country radio today. Each artist only has one major label album to his or her credit – Hunt released “Montevallo” in 2014 and Morris put out “Hero” in 2016 – however, between them they’ve had nearly a dozen radio hits. Out […]

The Inman Files: Can NAR and C21 reckon with ghosts of the past?

I had a “suite meet” with new NAR CEO Bob Goldberg when I attended the trade group’s fat cat (leadership) gathering in Chicago this week. The affable new chief executive manages thousands of volunteers, a $380 million operating budget for 2018 and a sprawling team of lobbyists, educators, publicists and event planners...

Chihuahua mix Pippi is looking for a loving forever home

Pippi is available for adoption from Lovebugs Rescue. Fill out an adoption application at LovebugsRescue.org.

Trump disbands 2 business councils as CEOs resign in wake of Charlottesville

President Donald Trump's was forced to shut down his major business advisory councils after corporate leaders repudiated his comments on the violence in Charlottesville this weekend.

Solar eclipse: 8 best places to view it in the East Bay

You won’t want to miss this celestial event On August 21 a total solar eclipse will move over the U.S. for the first time in nearly 40 years. While not every everyone will be lucky enough to see the phenomenon in its totality—only 14...Show More Summary

FOMC Minutes: Balance Sheet Normalization "Relatively soon"

From the Fed: Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, July 25-26, 2017. Excerpts: Participants also discussed the appropriate time to implement the plan for reducing the Federal Reserve's securities holdings that was announced in June in the Committee's postmeeting statement and its Addendum to the Policy Normalization Principles and Plans. Show More Summary

10 stellar observatories and planetariums in the U.S.

Architecture built for the stars In just a few days, the United States will take center stage for a unique astronomical phenomenon: A solar eclipse will travel across the entire country for the first time since 1918. The celestial hype...Show More Summary

This USB-C charging cable is the last one you'll ever need—and it's only $10 right now

This Anker USB-C to USB braided cable is highly durable and strong, and it's at the lowest prices we've ever seen.        

A senior exec in Citigroup's equities unit has left

A senior executive in Citigroup's equities unit has left the bank. David Tenney, formerly the co-head of Investor Sales Services for the Americas, left Citi in July after four years at the firm, Tenney wrote in a post on LinkedIn. Here's Tenney: "I want to make you aware that I have left Citi as of last month. Show More Summary

Column: A tax reform President Trump should like, and you should too

Yevgeniy Feyman and Charles Blahous, co-authors of the recent Mercatus study “Replacing the Cadillac Tax,” make the case for eliminating the tax exemption for employer-provided health insurance. Photo by Ulrich Baumgarten via Getty Images. Editor’s note: Tax reform. Show More Summary

Law Schools Are Looking For Answers In All The Wrong Places

David Barnhizer (Cleveland State), US Law Schools: Looking for Answers in All the Wrong Places: On a very regular basis we see reports on the state of how many people are taking the LSAT, applying to law school, actually enrolling in law schools, comparing applicants’ LSAT and GPA credentials with...

Crude Oil Slips as U.S. Production Hits a High

Crude oil prices declined on the EIA's weekly report showing a rise in production.

Peek inside the oceanfront home ex-Broadcom exec is selling for $44 million

Take our tour of the home in Cotton Point Estates, where neighbors include President Nixon's former Western White House.

Amazon loses $6 billion after a Trump tweet

President Trump’s twitter finger’s just lost retailer, Amazon 6 billion dollars. Veuer's Natasha Abellard (@Natasha Abellard) has the story        

2:00PM Water Cooler 8/16/2017

Today's Water Cooler: NAFTA negotiations, 2018 races, Charlottesville, housing, gold, Amazon disrupts retail by inventing the store, podcast

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