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Rate hikes spook the market, but equity investors focus on the wrong rate

Rate hikes spook the market, but equity investors focus on the wrong rate

The stock market was spooked by rising interest rates. Let’s think carefully, from a value investing perspective, about these fears. Warren Buffett has argued that investors should think of stocks as “bonds in disguise,” in that stocks pay dividends, analogous to coupons paid by bonds, and can be valued the same way. Bonds are regularly …

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Market volatility replaces inflation as the biggest risk, raising the odds of a Federal Reserve pivot

Market volatility replaces inflation as the biggest risk, raising the odds of a Federal Reserve pivot

Market instability is the biggest risk for central banks globally, superseding inflation, due to massive leverage. So far the US Federal Reserve is lucky as there is low volatility in the SPX stock market, -2.11%, even if there is a bear market. Market stability gives the Fed space for the most aggressive rate hike campaign …

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The Crypto Correction Shows the Market is Working

The Crypto Correction Shows the Market is Working

Text size Crypto regulation must address the real issues of money laundering, sanction evasion, terrorist financing and other criminal behavior, as well as the implications of this new technology for the traditional monopoly of nation states on monetary policy. The time of dreams About the authors: JAmil N. Jaffer is the founder and executive director …

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"She never explained anything": I am an elderly person and I lost $100,000 on the stock market this year.  Can I sue my financial advisor?

“She never explained anything”: I am an elderly person and I lost $100,000 on the stock market this year. Can I sue my financial advisor?

I am a senior citizen and I suffered significant losses in the range of $100,000 during the recent stock market turmoil. Can I sue my financial advisor? I understand the dynamics of the market in terms of its ups and downs, and I’ve weathered them before. However, it has been different with the market over …

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