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Charles Payne: For longterm investing success, don't just follow headlines

Charles Payne says when investing, we pay the most attention to headlines, which is the thing that moves the market the least. Then, Entourage Effect managing director Codie Sanchez and Money Map Press chief strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald join to discuss.

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  1. The best advice I've heard in the shortest time possible from Mr Charles Payne

  2. When all the “experts” appear on tv stating the same opinion, go opposite. All market “busts” are preceded by a general consensus that now is the perfect time to invest.
    It’s sorta like roulette, always bet against the big money on the table.

  3. Don't believe the central bankers. They are buying gold and saying everything is FINE. They lie.

  4. Meanwhile Trump has grown the debt from $19 trillion to over $23
    trillion in only 3 years (after slamming Obama's debt and saying he'd
    "eliminate the debt.")

    Repubs are spinning this added debt as a "stimulus package".

    Remember when Repubs slammed Dems for "tax and spend"? Now all Repubs do is "spend" since they cut taxes for the rich.

    It's easy to brag about the jobs created when you ignore the debt you created.

    When the economy crashes like a Ponzi scheme because of Trump's debt Repubs will blame it all on the next Democratic POTUS.

  5. Cannabis stocks are always high😉

  6. Another record high for Trump!
    Let's go to the numbers to see how bad he's beating Obama's market.
    Today is Day 1091 in the Trump presidency
    Total stock market days: 752
    Data Last Updated: 2020-01-16
    Cumulative Performance
    Trump Obama Difference
    S&P 500 +46% +61% +14% Obama
    Dow Jones +48% +56% +8% Obama

    OUCH! Still losing to Obama!

  7. Fundamentals like Trump's record high $23 trillion debt? Is that what you mean?

  8. I wish i knew more about the stock market. I need a how to invest for dummies! 😥🇺🇸👊🏼❤

  9. Yup, let's totally ignore the correlation between central banks, including the US Federal Reserve printing money and the rise in stocks. Nothing can ever stop the DOW from reaching 100k! This gravy train will last forever! To QE Infinity and beyond!

  10. JP.Morgan going to China could make new Venezuela financial programs like in Eastern European countries.

  11. Buybacks company stocks and invest on stocks market.Easy as 2+2.

  12. Charles Payne is truly a patriot ✊🇺🇸

  13. Insider trading isn’t available to everyone!

  14. Uncle Sam is Spending Us Into Oblivion !! The US federal government ran a budget deficit of over $1 trillion in the 2019 calendar year. All this while The government debt currently stands at $23 trillion, if we divide this by the total population of America, then we get a $70293 debt burden for each and every American citizen, including newborns. In December, The US Treasury spent $13.3 billion more than it pulled in, and while the month's budget deficit was moderately better than the $15 billion anticipated, it was practically unchanged from the $13.5BN deficit recorded in Dec 2018. Total December spending of $349billion, was 7.5% higher than a year earlier, with the biggest outlays for the month as follows. social security ($88BN), national defense ($62BN), Health ($49BN), Income Security ($39BN), Net Interest ($34BN), which was more than Medicare spending for the month ($26BN) and so on.
    But spending didn't slow in the first quarter of fiscal 2020. Through the first three months of the current fiscal year, the deficit bubbled to $356.6 billion. That's an 11.8% increase from a year ago and puts the deficit on track to eclipse $1 trillion in this fiscal year. In just three months, Uncle Sam blew through $1.16 trillion. Spending through the first three months of the fiscal year 2020 is up 6.5% over the spending through the first three months of fiscal 2019.

    What could go wrong? The end always has a beginning. 50 billion per month just on the interest. Printed and added to the debt. The snake is eating its' tail.

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