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The Fed insists on consistent, albeit smaller interest-rate hikes until it achieves its consumer inflation target. How to play this scenario?
The great thing about established consumer health brands is their reliable cash flow, and this company has that by the bucketful.
Think safety first as key gauge flashes a recession warning.
Deglobalization and energy transition will be a boon for the chip sector. Here’s how you can profit from this megatrend.
With inflation likely peaking, investors are hopeful the Fed will slow its aggressive rate hike campaign.
In this segment, Investment Analyst Nilus Mattive discusses strategies like tax-loss harvesting to help you these last few weeks of 2022.
While this week might not be as exciting as last, we’ve got one very important piece of economic data on Friday.
Investment Analyst Nilus Mattive delves into timely Safe Money strategies, the FTX debacle and an imperfect market priced for perfection.
Despite ongoing interest rate hikes and consumer inflation, strong Black Friday numbers provide hope for a Santa Claus rally this month.
When the S&P last challenged its 200-day moving average — the threshold of a bull-bear market —it failed and went on to lose 16%.

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