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Senior Analyst Jon Markman talks about a new stock narrative in 2023, a boost for mega cap companies and a spot-on prediction he made.
The year-end rally many hoped for in 2022 isn’t playing out as they wished.
History shows that December is a very good month for the stock market.
New economic data and more of the Fed’s hawkish messaging keep investors on edge.
Deglobalization means many things, including opportunities for consultants and semiconductor design firms like these 2 stocks.
If you think silver is rallying now, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. When silver blasts off, it can run to the moon.
In this segment, NFT Analyst Joel Kruger paints a vivid picture of why some NFT projects are red-hot, even as digital assets cool.
There are 3 big events happening this week & they’re all taking place around the central banks.
If you think your money is invulnerable, think again.
NFT Analyst Joel Kruger outlines why his recommendations in art have shot up in value despite the 2022 bear market in digital assets.

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