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  • Read the full series here: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-overview-kinder-morgan-consolidation/ In August, Kinder Morgan announced that it will be consolidating all of its affiliates under one public company. We’ll take a look at the deal overview and its implications for shareholders, review the transaction rationale, and look at the market reaction. Next, we’ll take a brief look at ...

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  • See the full series here: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-verizon-see-turnaround-wireline-segment/ Verizon (VZ) released its earnings a few weeks back. It revealed that its quarterly year-over-year revenue growth for its Wireline business was in positive territory after seven long years. Verizon’s Wireline business consists of its Consumer business (mainly including FiOS broadband an...

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  • Read the full series here: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-emc-corporations-2q14-earnings-review/ In this piece we’ll discuss their business model, their current situation and their next move. We will also explain how EMC it’s positioning itself and whether EMC is an appropriate investment for your portfolio. Growth through acquisition is a strategy pursued in almost all industries. ...

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  • Read the full series at http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-period-rate-normalization-approaching/ Russ Koesterich of Blackrock observes that the Federal Open Market Committee may increase interest rates in the first half of 2015. In this interest rate environment, he reviews the anticipated performance of Treasuries, commodities, and equities, leading to a portfolio positioning recommenda...

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  • Read the full series at: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/great-deleveraging-never-happened-us-still-debt-problem/ We often hear the economy deleveraged in the past seven years, but it did not. The financial system reduced leverage while household debt remains high, corporations added debt, and the Federal government’s debt exploded. Non-financial debt increased over the past seven years. This wi...

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  • Read the full series at: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-brics-drifting-away-u-s-european-monetary-structures/ The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) are slowly but surely drifting away from the 20th century western monetary and political structures. The leaders from this group of nations recently met for the sixth annual BRICS Summit in Brazil. There have...

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  • Introduction to Emerging Markets Investment Grade Bonds

    Investing in emerging market debt doesn’t always have to be highly risky. VanEck’s Francis Rodilosso discusses emerging market investment-grade bonds.

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    As returns from equities grow harder to extract, investors are turning to fixed income. VanEck discusses 2 new ETFs that hold intermediate-term municipal bond funds.

  • Muni Investment Opportunities in the Current Environment

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  • Introduction to Generics and Biosimilars

    James Duffy, Product Manager of Van Eck, gives an overview on generic drugs and biosimilars. "We believe that the future of generics lies within biosimilars. Biosimilars are essentially the generic form of biotech drugs."

  • Everything you need to know about the Kinder Morgan consolidation

    Read the full series here: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-overview-kinder-morgan-consolidation/ In August, Kinder Morgan announced that it will be consolidating all of its affiliates under one public company. We’ll take a look at the deal overview and its implications for shareholders, review the transaction rationale, and look at the market reaction. Next, we’ll take a brief look a...

  • Why Verizon saw a turnaround in its wireline segment

    See the full series here: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-verizon-see-turnaround-wireline-segment/ Verizon (VZ) released its earnings a few weeks back. It revealed that its quarterly year-over-year revenue growth for its Wireline business was in positive territory after seven long years. Verizon’s Wireline business consists of its Consumer business (mainly including FiOS broadban...

  • Why EMC, VMware, and Pivotal form a unique business model

    Read the full series here: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-emc-corporations-2q14-earnings-review/ In this piece we’ll discuss their business model, their current situation and their next move. We will also explain how EMC it’s positioning itself and whether EMC is an appropriate investment for your portfolio. Growth through acquisition is a strategy pursued in almost all industrie...

  • Is it time to jump on the silver bandwagon?
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  • Positioning your portfolio against rising rates

    Read the full series at http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-period-rate-normalization-approaching/ Russ Koesterich of Blackrock observes that the Federal Open Market Committee may increase interest rates in the first half of 2015. In this interest rate environment, he reviews the anticipated performance of Treasuries, commodities, and equities, leading to a portfolio positioning recommen...

  • The Great Deleveraging that never happened

    Read the full series at: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/great-deleveraging-never-happened-us-still-debt-problem/ We often hear the economy deleveraged in the past seven years, but it did not. The financial system reduced leverage while household debt remains high, corporations added debt, and the Federal government’s debt exploded. Non-financial debt increased over the past seven years. This ...

  • Why the long-term prospects for the BRICS network are positive

    Read the full series at: http://marketrealist.com/2014/08/must-know-brics-drifting-away-u-s-european-monetary-structures/ The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) are slowly but surely drifting away from the 20th century western monetary and political structures. The leaders from this group of nations recently met for the sixth annual BRICS Summit in Brazil. There ...

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