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Markets Dip (And Then Rebound) Amid Trade War Tensions
Global markets were mostly down for the week amid concerns of an intensifying trade war. Markets broke their losing streak and rebounded a little bit on Wednesday as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled strength in the economy.
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Weekly Market Digest: The Fed Raises Interest Rates
Equities largely ignored any risk tied to President Trump’s summit in Singapore. U.S. small cap stocks were able to stay positive for the week, with large caps flat and international stocks down. Commodities were lower on a pullback in oil prices.
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Congress Passes Deregulation Bill, Trump Calls Off North Korea Meeting
Market movement this week was relatively uneventful. China and the United States eased rhetoric around imposing tariffs on imports from one another this week, as both countries agreed to hold off as negotiations continue.
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Beginner’s Guide To Portfolio Diversification
In its simplest form, diversification is akin to the adage, “don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.” In practice, diversification means owning a variety of asset classes, including those that are out of favor.
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Do You Know Your ETFs From Your Index Funds?
The differences between investment vehicles can be confusing for many investors.
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The Economy, Inflation And A New Partnership
Investors seem to be struggling with whether or not the signs of a strengthening U.S. economy mean good or bad times are ahead. While it’s been a long time since a bear market, the argument can be made corporate earnings continue to remain strong.
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