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How to keep your retirement on track in an unpredictable market

How to keep your retirement on track in an unpredictable market

Retirees and investors approaching retirement are under pressure this year. Inflation soared to multi-decade highs, stocks fell and bonds – a safe haven in normal times – crashed. The traditional portfolio of 60% stocks and 40% bonds had one of its worst years in a century. No wonder retirement investors are so gloomy. Americans say …

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Sport Fishing Equipment Market Expected to Grow USD 2.45 Billion by 2026, Market Segmentation by Product and Geography - Technavio

Sport Fishing Equipment Market Expected to Grow USD 2.45 Billion by 2026, Market Segmentation by Product and Geography – Technavio

NEW YORK, November 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The sport fishing equipment market should grow by $2.45 billion from 2021-2026, accelerating at a CAGR of 3.21% over the forecast period, according to Technavio. The growing number of campaigns promoting sport fishing and the growing demand for customized sport fishing equipment will provide immense opportunities for growth …

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The Fed Can't Communicate What It Doesn't Know

The Fed Can’t Communicate What It Doesn’t Know

Text size The Fed will soon be unable to provide meaningful guidance on future rate decisions, writes William English. Michael Reynolds/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock About the Author: William English is a professor in the practice of finance at the Yale School of Management. He previously served as Director of the Monetary Affairs Division at the Federal Reserve Board. …

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The Fed is stuck looking back as the economy advances

The Fed is stuck looking back as the economy advances

Text size The Fed’s flexible average inflation target leads it to rely more on lagging indicators, writes David Beckworth. Graeme Sloan/Bloomberg About the Author: David Beckworth is a Senior Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and a former international economist at the United States Department of Treasury. The Federal Reserve is waging …

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Tight markets need a working Washington.  Traffic jam won't help.

Tight markets need a working Washington. Traffic jam won’t help.

Text size In today’s polarized political climate, President Biden’s loss of Congressional majority could lead to long delays in adequately addressing economic and financial market issues next year. Samuel Corum/Getty Images About the Author: Desmond Lachman is a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He was Deputy Director of the Policy Development and Review …

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