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Monday is Memorial Day, which presents Americans — and investors — with an opportunity to look at the bigger picture.
Whatever your Memorial Day plans are, I hope you take a few moments to reflect on its true meaning.
The number of ETFs has grown markedly from just 276 in 2003 to an astounding 8,552 in 2021. So, it’s time to get acquainted with the Weiss Ratings ETF screener.
Higher-yielding, higher-quality stocks are getting gobbled up by other investors. The good news is, you’ve already been focused on them!
Wall Street investment banking is on trial this year, and the verdict is in: Bankers are guilty of fleecing investors yet again.
Cybercrime is exploding. Its global cost is expected to eclipse $10.5 trillion per year by 2025, ballooning from $6 trillion in 2021 and $3 trillion 10 years ago!
Because in this rough market, only having a compass won’t get you very far.
Financial News Anchor Jessica Borg interviews Senior Analyst Mike Larson about the Fed’s recent rate hikes, sectors to gain more exposure to and how to navigate a possible market meltdown.
Food prices are surging. Here are some lessons on how you can profit from that inflation.
It’s super simple, and in the end, it will ensure you’re not stuck with a policy on the failure list.

About the Editor

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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