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Over the past month, the Nasdaq is up over 13%, the Dow is up 5.35% and the S&P 500 is up 7.61%.
We recently polled our readers about what worries them the most in 2022. The prevailing answer was telling: Over 30% listed out-of-control inflation as their foremost concern.
Although remaining predominantly bearish, investor sentiment improved for a third consecutive week.
For the past several months, the market landscape has been murky at best. But investors can position themselves into current weakness by emulating corporate America.
This week, the market enjoyed a small rally — a glimmer of hope amid what’s otherwise been seven months of turmoil and sell-offs.
Monday, a heat dome settled over the country shattering temperature records. But plants & house pets aren’t the only things experiencing exhaustion. That same day, the S&P 500 shed another 1.29%.
Companies know how to capitalize on our vices. Alcohol, junk food and tobacco are considered essentials, and of the S&P 500’s 11 sectors, consumer staples have performed best over the past 3 months.
2 consecutive quarters of negative economic growth — as measured by GDP — officially mark a recession. We’ve already had 1. We’ll find out if we get another on June 29.
With so much hype behind it, expectations were that the stock split would salvage an otherwise abysmal year for the e-commerce giant. Investors should consider this investment vehicle instead.
Companies are required to report trading by corporate officers, directors or other members with significant access to privileged information. Here’s how to find it.
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