Miller: Government Again At Odds With Tesla, This Time Over Safety Claims

The federal government is aiming … again … at Tesla and its embattled CEO, Elon Musk. This time, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is taking issue with claims made by the electric car manufacturer and its Model 3, and sought additional information following several crashes, including a March 1 crash that resulted in … Read more

How to Rent a Dividend Machine for 6% Yields, 52% Returns (Per Year)

Nine weeks ago, our fellow income investors were concerned about rising tariff tensions and falling stock prices (sound familiar?). So in late May, we discussed seven dividend payers (yielding 6% on average) that wouldn’t go down if stocks-at-large kept dropping. The broader markets soon reversed, as they usually do when pessimism is running high. But our … Read more

‘Extinction in the Suburbs’: Is the GOP Losing the Gun Debate — and Voters?

After the latest mass shooting in the country with by far the most mass shootings, Republicans are sounding the alarm that opposition to stricter gun regulations is losing the party votes from suburban women and college graduates — which could prove costly in 2020. “Republicans are headed for extinction in the suburbs if they don’t … Read more