Morning News: January 12, 2018

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South Korea is Talking Down the Idea a Cryptocurrency Trading Ban Is Imminent

For Ripple Coin, MoneyGram Deal Trumps Talks Of South Korea’s Crypto Ban

A Guide to the Giant Foreign Buyers of U.S. Debt

U.S. Oil Production Run

Walmart’s Bumpy Day: From Wage Increase to Store Closings

Fiat Chrysler to Spend $1 Billion to Modernize Michigan Plant

GM Drops the Steering Wheel and Gives the Robot Driver Control

Delta, Zara and Medtronic Join Marriott in Beijing’s Doghouse After Location Gaffes

These Shoes Don’t Fit: Gucci Parent Returns Puma to Shareholders

Dropbox Is Said to Be Planning to Go Public This Year

Infosys Profit Rises on Client Wins, One-Time Tax Benefit

BMW Hits 2017 Sales Record But Mercedes Keeps Lead

Jeff Carter: Different Looks At Bitcoin/Blockchain

Josh Brown: When Did Rates Bottom?

Mark Hines: Stock Exchange: Will Sentiment Turn Bearish Soon?

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As an experienced fund manager, Eddy Elfenbein created Crossing Wallstreet to help investors avoid the mistakes that separate successful investors made. The key to doing well on Wall Street is actually very simple: Buy and hold shares of outstanding companies. But too many investors never learn this valuable lesson. He gives investors his free and unbiased view of the market. Eddy analyze's dozens of companies every week and is always looking over income statements and balance sheets. He's spent several years collecting a list of the best companies to own. His buy list is on Crossing Wallstreet. All of the information on this site is free and unbiased.

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