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The IT and communications sectors have significantly outperformed the S&P 500 over the past month.
Normally, the Fed only expands its balance sheet to stop an unexpected catastrophe. Apparently, the Silicon Valley Bank failure qualifies.
We want you to be able to harness what every bear market offers with confidence.
If you're an average investor, the odds are everything you think you know about trading stocks is wrong.
Another potential crisis and more shocks to the banking system are scary, but for smart investors, it’s a real opportunity.
I'm very clear about how risky this space can be.
With all eyes on the FOMC meeting this week, here’s what is expected and what other economic data is coming down the pipeline.
Consumer spending declined 0.4% in February compared to January, but this industry saw an increase.
History has shown whenever there is a big drop in liquidity, there is almost always corresponding downside volatility. Here’s what to do.
A social media-fueled bank run caused mayhem last weekend, raising doubts about the U.S. banking system and the Fed’s crusade against inflation.

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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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