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Welcome to the first Gen Z bear market

Until recently, the main experience of young people in the market was that stocks almost always rose Read more

The Dow Jones and S&P 500 are likely to fall in a bear market, but your portfolio doesn’t have to go down with them.

Most investors, including many money managers, have never experienced the destructive nature of a bear market. read more

This Wall Street legend has lived through every bear market since the 1950s. He says the next one could hit the S&P 500 with a 30% loss.

Bob Farrell’s 10 “Market Rules to Remember” are timeless tools for weathering market volatility Read More

Stocks are falling fast, but that doesn’t mean the worst will be over soon

Bear markets that start with big losses in their first four months last as long as those that don’t. read more

S&P 500 Charts Point to More Stock Market Losses

Look for support at 3900 then 3700 in the S&P 500. Read More

How to Find the Best Stocks in a Bad Market Using This Proven Dividend Yield Strategy

Focus only on blue-chip stocks with financials strong enough to keep paying dividends through thick and thin. read more

These 4 Funds Are the Winners of 2022: They Use a Hedge Fund-Like Strategy to Reduce Risk

Managed futures funds invest in all asset classes and sometimes bet on stocks falling. read more

When is it safe to buy shares again? We’re not there yet, but here are the six signs to look for

Extreme negativity is just an indicator. Six market professionals explain what they track. read more

12 Stocks to Watch for the Next Stage of the Bull Market

These companies are generally uncorrelated to indices, giving investors the opportunity to outperform. read more

Oil Prices Are Rising: These Eight Stocks Are Still Bargains for Long-Term Investors

Many oil and gas companies are still trading cheaply to make the expected profits. And low spending on new oil wells supports high energy prices for years to come. read more

Stay calm: there is no recession on the way. These 13 Stocks May Rise As Investors Realize This

The economy is strong, as consumers and businesses are in good shape. read more

The beginning of the end of the stock market correction could be near

This is what market timing investors look for to become bullish. read more

Berkshire’s Major Shareholders Could Undermine Buffett’s Legacy and Everything That Makes the Company Unique

Powerful institutional shareholders don’t care about the qualities that have made Berkshire Hathaway what it is today. read more

The collapse of the so-called ‘stablecoin’ called terra shows the urgent need for regulation to protect consumers.

The terra run will test both the stability of that particular stablecoin and, more generally, whether the entire cryptocurrency sector has a future. read more

‘Weather’ is the new buzzword in a string of new ESG funds that have just been launched

The financial industry is rallying around climate change as an investment theme. read more

These 3 Tough Questions About a Company’s CEO Can Help Investors Spot Opportunities Others Miss

A CEO who makes just one or two bold moves more than doubles the likelihood that a company will move from the average to the top 20% in financial performance. read more

The United States will have more people by the year 2100, Russia and China will not. Why this is important for your stock portfolio now

To grow, economies need an expanding supply of both workers and consumers. read more

When financial advisors ask you about your earliest memory of money, help them get to the truth

Childhood experiences with money tend to carry over into adulthood. read more

‘True power is the ability to control oneself.’ Actor and businessman Terry Crews reveals his secrets to being strong and powerful at work and at home

Life lessons that are vital at work and to advance your career. read more

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