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Financial markets are issuing a warning that a recession is imminent: here's what it means for equities

Financial markets are issuing a warning that a recession is imminent: here’s what it means for equities

Across markets, familiar trading patterns for stocks, bonds and commodities that have held for months are starting to unravel as financial markets grapple with expectations that the US economy will sink. into a recession next year, market analysts told MarketWatch. The S&P 500 SPX index, +0.75% had its longest losing streak in nearly two months …

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BlackRock says the market is mispricing these key risks.  Here is his advice on stocks and bonds.

BlackRock says the market is mispricing these key risks. Here is his advice on stocks and bonds.

Wall Street is on a five-day losing streak. The decline, as measured by the S&P 500 SPX, -0.19%, 3.6% isn’t so great, but it seems hopelessly inevitable once the benchmark fails to hold above its 200-day moving average. The relapse of every rally in 2022 is recognition that equities’ relationship with central banks has changed. …

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These small-cap stocks could make you the most money in 2023, based on two important data points

These small-cap stocks could make you the most money in 2023, based on two important data points

Small-cap stocks are trading near a two-decade low against large-cap stocks. When the stock market rebounds next year, as many investment banking strategists expect, these smaller companies could outperform. Below is a screen of analyst favorite small cap stocks for 2023, taken from the S&P Small Cap 600 SML Index, that requires businesses to be …

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Can you still retire with $1 million?  That's what today's millionaires want to know.

Can you still retire with $1 million? That’s what today’s millionaires want to know.

OK, so a million dollars isn’t what it used to be. That’s the worry of a surprising number of American millionaires. At least that’s what fund management giant Natixis, which owns bond boutique Loomis Sayles, among other companies, reports. Natixis surveyed around 1,600 people with at least $1 million in “investable assets”. And just over …

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BNP Paribas has studied 100 years of stock market crashes - here's what it says is to come

BNP Paribas has studied 100 years of stock market crashes – here’s what it says is to come

Oops. Stocks fell through key support on Tuesday and it looks like some recent momentum has now run out. The new line in the sand for the S&P 500 SPX, -1.44% appears to be 3,900. Whether or not Santa Claus will eventually come remains to be determined, with Mr Claus possibly postponing a decision until …

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$3,000 gold and more outrageous market predictions investors shouldn't discount.

$3,000 gold and more outrageous market predictions investors shouldn’t discount.

Monday served as yet another blow to investors betting on a Goldilocks economy and a less aggressive Fed. Some are now not ruling out a Grinch-like turn from the central bank – a 0.75% rise next week instead of the 0.50% the markets had pinned their hopes on – following strong data on services, employment …

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This Brilliant Idea Can Make Everyone Better With Money, Older Americans Say

This Brilliant Idea Can Make Everyone Better With Money, Older Americans Say

Polls consistently show that older Americans regret a lot of things — working too much, choosing the wrong partner, not taking care of their health, and so on. There are also often financial regrets, such as not having saved enough and investing too little for retirement. This last regret has many reasons: everything from the …

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Why Monday's stock market rout should be a wake-up call for investors

Why Monday’s stock market rout should be a wake-up call for investors

Monday’s sharp selloff could be the start of the next decline in equities as a sense of complacency has taken hold in markets after a bumper October and November, several strategists told MarketWatch. In a note to clients on Monday, Jonathan Krinsky, chief technical strategist at BTIG, said US stocks were poised to fall after …

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Why Monday's stock market rout should be a wake-up call for investors

Why Monday’s stock market rout should be a wake-up call for investors

Monday’s sharp selloff could be the start of the next decline in equities as a sense of complacency has taken hold in markets after a bumper October and November, several strategists told MarketWatch. In a note to clients on Monday, Jonathan Krinsky, chief technical strategist at BTIG, said US stocks were poised to fall after …

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The U.S. economy won't collapse under the "weight" of the Fed based on how these sectors perform despite inflation and oil risks

The U.S. economy won’t collapse under the “weight” of the Fed based on how these sectors perform despite inflation and oil risks

Investors are trying to read the tea leaves on a choppy U.S. stock market to gauge whether its recent rise can continue after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell sparked bullish sentiment in late November by indicating that his aggressive stock hikes interest rates could slow. “Stock market management is telling you that the economy is …

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