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Housing and consumer spending seems to be peaking; earnings data’s approaching for a slew of companies. We’ll see what it says, but the worst could be behind us.
Has the outlook become more bullish? Financial News Anchor Jessica Borg interviews Senior Analyst Jon Markman about his forecast and two groundbreaking companies transforming sectors.
For the first time ever, the average price of a new car is $48k. A new EV averages $66k and a used car is over $33k.
Financial News Anchor Jessica Borg interviews Senior Analyst Jon D. Markman about why investor sentiment is changing from bleak to more bullish and the breakthrough companies he expects to thrive.
As the recession debate tug of war continues, we received good inflation news Wednesday morning, and the markets immediately took note.
Companies involved in the food business are in the sweet spot of rising food prices.
Strong used car demand and a bet by Berkshire are set to fuel a Detroit fintech.
It’s not your imagination. Our Weiss Ratings data confirms the market is lousy, but investors can still find gains if they know where to look.
Financial News Anchor Jessica Borg interviews Research Analyst Sam Blumenfeld about recession-resilient stocks across a diverse range of sectors, and why dividend raisers are crucial in this climate.

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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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