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Recession Or Not Recession…That Is The Question

Every investor appreciates that recessions and bear markets go hand in hand. But the definition of a recession often seems more difficult to pin down. So are we in a recession? And if not, then does that mean that disaster has been averted or that the pain train is still rolling towards investors? This is an important debate because it… 

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3 Stocks No One Is Talking About But Should Be

Various macroeconomic and geopolitical concerns have roiled the stock market so far this year. Investors and analysts have been worried about a recession as the Federal Reserve maintains its aggressive stance to tame the surging inflation. The Federal Reserve meets today to hike the benchmark interest rates for the fourth time this year, and Street expects the central bank to… 

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Bargain-Hunting: 5 Oversold Tech Stocks To Scoop Up Right Now

So far, 2022 has been a rough year for technology stocks. Investors’ concerns over the Federal Reserve’s tighter monetary policy to fight multi-decade high inflation, the Russia-Ukraine war, and the possibility of an economic slowdown have driven a broad sell-off in tech stocks. However, the recent tech sell-off provides a golden buying opportunity for investors because many quality stocks are now trading… 

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Scoop Up These 4 Buy-Rated Healthcare Stocks Trading Near 52-Week Lows

Markets have remained bearish over the past week, with the double whammy of lingering inflation and federal interest rate hikes. However, the healthcare sector is expected to continue thriving amid surging healthcare concerns due to an  aging population and the resurgence of COVID-19 cases. Furthermore, the demand for the digital healthcare industry is also soaring owing to its convenience and… 

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Look To Consumer Staples Stocks On Mounting Recession Fears

The Fed plans aggressive interest rate hikes to control surging inflation. The Fed aims to prevent consumers and businesses from spending by making borrowing more expensive, cooling demand, and keeping prices under control. Economists are concerned that if the Fed raises the interest rates too quickly and aggressively, it might push the economy into a recession. Amid a recessionary environment,…