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Is There an Opportunity for Tobacco Stocks When the Smoke Clears?


Tobacco stocks went up in smoke in late July 2017.

But that’ll happen after the U.S. FDA announces a new comprehensive plan for tobacco and nicotine regulation that could cut the levels of nicotine in cigarettes to help make them less addictive and easy to quit.

Part of the reason for such a push is health.

According to the FDA, the use of tobacco is still the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the country. It’s already led to 480,000 deaths a year. Worse, it’s bled more than $300 billion in health care costs and lost activity.

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ETF Trading: The Best Way to Hedge for “What Ifs”


It’s also important to be aware of “what ifs.”

Markets may have hit all time highs in November 2017. Optimism and confidence in markets were soaring to unbelievable heights. But we’ve seen this move before. And as I tell many traders and investors, it’s never too early to start thinking about how to protect your portfolio from potential swings lower.

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Investment Opportunities and the Internet of Things (IoT)


The Internet of Things (IoT) has been one of the hottest buzzwords for years.

And it’s quickly changing the way we live, work, and play.

The IoT, or the connection of formerly unconnected things to the Internet is changing the way we do just about everything. If you’ve ever heard of the Apple Watch or Internet-connected Fit Bit tracker, you’re familiar with it. Or maybe you’ve heard of Google Home or the Amazon Echo, both of which use virtual assistants to order things online, connect to door locks, lights and even home security systems.

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