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As the editor of Profitable Investing, Neil George’s low-risk approach to wealth-building guides investors into and through retirement safely and profitably. The Profitable Investing flagship Total Return Portfolio has grown nearly sixfold since inception, while taking far less risk than the popular stock market index funds.
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How to Play Amazon's Two HQ2's

november 07, 2018

While nothing has been confirmed, there have been some very credible leaks that Amazon will be splitting up its HQ2 and using Crystal City, Virginia, and Long Island City in the New York City borough of Queens for its two new centers. The question, then, is the right play to capitalize on that knowledge.

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Elect a Better Market?

november 06, 2018

The US midterm elections are under way, and both sides of the political aisle are charged up, at least in the media. The results will prove out which side got its voters out, with many analysts saying that it may take a bit longer than tonight to get the full results, particularly when it comes down to the leadership of the House and Senate.

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November 2018 Issue

october 22, 2018

The general US stock market got a jolt in early October. The S&P 500 Index over a few days dropped some 184 points, or 6.36%. The downdraft, much like a quick drop in a cruising aircraft from unexpected turbulence, was sudden and with little specific warning. The key for us is to understand what was in the market that provided the impetus for the jolt and to get a handle on whether the market will get back towards a better cruising altitude, or if it’s readying to descend after a great flight.

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