Mutual Funds Weekly: These money and investing tips can get your portfolio running again after September’s breakdown

by | Oct 1, 2022 | Stock Market

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The bear market may not be over but some corporate insiders are acting like it is These 12 stocks have seen strong insider buying. Read More‘Macro’ forecasters are everywhere these days, but they tend to be wrong about investing most of the time Their probability of being right is exceedingly low because of the complexity of the world. Read MoreIt’s the worst September for stocks since 2002. What that means for October. September is traditionally the toughest month for stocks, but this was a doozy. Read MoreWhy housing has ‘a lot of wiggle room’ in a recession, even if prices drop 15% The strong labor market and huge equity cushion for property owners will help insulate the housing market in a recession, says Al Otero, portfolio manager for HAUS, Armada ETF Advisors. Read MoreRate hikes are spooking the market, but stock investors are focusing on the wrong rate Stocks typically are valued against short-term Treasurys — which is the worst measure to use. Read MoreMarket instability replaces inflation as the biggest risk, raising the chances of a pivot by the Federal Reserve Overloaded debt in the financial system can spread like a virus. Read MoreSupply ‘lag’ helps lithium triple its prices in a year Lithium prices have tripled in a year, and the chemical element, which is used in batteries for electric vehicles, faces a long-term supply shortage. Read MoreHere’s how to trade this still-dangerous stock market The S&P 500 is still in a downtrend. With VIX is now in an uptrend, the stock market is even more volatile. Read MoreThese long-duration bond ETFs have cratered the most from their peaks over past year, sinki …

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