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Where BlackRock sees ‘tremendous’ market opportunities for ETF investors in 2023 after damage to stocks, bonds

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The key word for investors to decipher the Fed’s next move is ‘moderation,’ strategist Ed Yardeni says.

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Fed ‘pivot’ to lower interest rates will be bullish for stocks. But timing is everything.

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Bigger paychecks are good news for America’s working families. Why does it freak out the Fed?

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ProShares launches ETF investing in miners of metals for batteries powering electric vehicles

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Using oil prices to time the stock market is a strategy that’s running on empty

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That get-rich-quick trade you’re missing out on

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‘I had to keep my composure because I didn’t want to derail my success.’ This financial adviser overcame the odds against her.

Lanta Evans-Motte faced financial hardships growing up and challenges as a Black woman on a corporate career path. Read More

Crypto’s ‘true believers’ crave being all-in, all the time. Here’s how they might learn to protect themselves.

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