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With everything that happened after the FOMC meeting and the data that’s emerged, it’s clear we’re already in a recession. What we need to understand is how bad it’ll be.
The spot price of copper is surging alongside global demand. In this segment, Financial News Anchor Jessica Borg interviews Senior Analyst Sean Brodrick about how to capitalize on the metal.
A fundamental shift is under way on Wall Street … and the shift is hitting the fan. But with Bitcoin, it’s an entirely different story.
Financial News Anchor Jessica Borg interviews Senior Analyst Sean Brodrick about the surging price of copper, long-term global demand and investments across 2 soaring industries.
Macroeconomic indicators continue pointing toward a possible recession.
Saving money is important for retirement, but what you do with those savings is even more so. Here’s how to maximize your 401(k).
Each week, I compile some meaningful numbers that allude to what the markets and economy are doing. This week, I want to share those with you.
King Charles III won’t pay taxes on his $28 billion inheritance. Meanwhile you could pay up to 40% depending on where you live.
Despite inflation, Americans are still spending 5% of their income on leisure and entertainment. In this segment, Senior Analyst Tony Sagami discusses how to cash in while having fun.
The Fed’s long-awaited FOMC meeting is happening this week, along with other important data coming in that’ll be impacting markets moving forward.

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Dr. Weiss is the founder of Weiss Ratings, the nation’s leading provider of 100% independent grades on stocks, mutual funds and financial institutions, as well as the world’s only ratings agency that grades cryptocurrencies. He founded his company in 1971, and thanks largely to his strict independence, has established a 50-year record of accuracy. Forbes called him “Mr. Independence.” The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that his insurance company ratings outperformed those of A.M. Best, S&P and Moody’s by at least three to one. And The Wall Street Journal reported that investors using the Weiss stock ratings could have made more money than those following the grades issued by Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Standard & Poor’s and every other firm reviewed.

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