Mutual Funds Weekly: These money and investing tips can help you see this bear market more clearly

by | Nov 11, 2022 | Stock Market

Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Sign up here to get MarketWatch’s best mutual funds and ETF stories emailed to you weekly!INVESTING NEWS & TRENDSBitcoin owners are bellyaching about its plunge, but the digital currency’s volatility is no more extreme than that of stocks Bitcoin is currently trading at a 33% discount to fair value. Read More

Who is Sam Bankman-Fried, the FTX ex-CEO who lost billions in crypto? The California native known as SBF never cared for school, was a billionaire in his twenties and likes his Oreo cookies. Read MoreA slew of catalysts for a stock market rally are converging at the same time “There are more opportunities today than I have seen since the fourth quarter of 2008,” says Paul Schatz of Heritage Capital. Read MoreU.S. stocks could rally another 25% now that Fed no longer has ‘back against the wall’ in inflation fight One of Wall Street’s most implacable bulls has laid out his argument for why he thinks U.S. stocks can continue to rally. Read MoreCurb your enthusiasm — the bear market is alive and well Most big daily jumps occur during bear markets. Read MoreDon’t bet on political outcomes — stock market investors don’t really care who controls the Senate Betting markets showed that wagers didn’t change much as election outcomes changed. Read MoreQuality and high dividends set these five semiconductor stocks apart from poorer-performing competitors The industry is in a down cycle, making select stocks attractive buying opportunities. Read MoreSemiconductor stocks have bounced from 2022 lows — and analysts expect upside of at least 28% in the next year The industry is in a cyclical slump, and analysts are teasing out when companies will turn the corner. Read MoreGold, TIPS, bitcoin and alternative ETFs haven’t been the inflation hedges they were supposed to be Inflation-fighters that have done the best over the past year haven’t done as well over the longer-term — and vice versa. Read MoreTight supply will keep wheat prices high in the year ahead, says CEO of …

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