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Alarming headlines about COVID-19’s Omicron variant have jolted markets. Here’s what investors can do.
In the wake of Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday season, today we’re checking in with six of Weiss Ratings’ senior analysts to discuss investments they feel thankful for.
Beat back inflation by going for potential yields of 19.5% on your savings, 41% on your investments and 100%–300% on your speculative funds.
Thank you for letting us illuminate the market trends, monetary policies and assets we think are most impactful on your investing endeavors.
Thanksgiving signals the start of the holiday season. But in 2022, when the holidays are over, these trends will still be relevant.
Investors are always looking for the big events … did you miss out on this sweet one?
Stocks and cryptocurrencies are surging, bonds and metals are lagging and challenges remain as we head into 2022.
After Zillow’s house-flipping flop, here’s how to invest in real estate that looks good on more than just paper.
In 2000, PalmPilot was valued at $53 billion — higher than Apple, Google and Amazon combined.
The number of “Buy”-rated stocks has increased over the past year and a half, and this earnings round keeps that trend moving …

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