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Market Commentary

Is There A Way In?

The media loves to report on Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) because the opportunity for fast money generates a lot of buzz. How can investors get in on the next big IPO?

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Solving High-Class Problems

Rising stock prices can create challenges for companies and investors. To alleviate these high-class problems, boardrooms often authorize a stock split. What exactly is a stock split, and how does it work?

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Is The Dollar Crashing?

The U.S. dollar plays an integral role in the global economy. Since May, the “greenback” has fallen dramatically and caught the attention of the media and investors globally. Is this a sign that the dollar could crash, and if so, when?

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Is There A Silver Lining For Gold?

Gold and silver have exploded since March due to the aggressive monetary and fiscal policies enacted to fight the recession. Is there still room for these metals to go higher, and if so, what’s the best way to own them?

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Does The Economy Need A KISS?

Economists that attempt to forecast the direction of the U.S. economy tend to be less than stellar. Are their models wrong, and if so, is economic forecasting a fool’s errand?

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Halftime Report

The U.S. suffered a tremendous blow during the first half of 2020 due to COVID-19 and the government-mandated shutdown of the economy. The ensuing panic led to unprecedented stimulus that could take years to unwind. But what became the steepest economic downturn since the Great Depression appears to have also been the shortest. There is ample evidence to suggest that the recession began and ended all within the first half of the year. Looking forward, the uncertainty facing investors has arguably never been higher. While this may be viewed as harbinger for safety, this is also when opportunity is the most abundant for patient investors with a strong stomach.

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