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August 2022 Special Edition Investing Is Hard 

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August 2022 Special Edition 3 Actions to Consider When Volatility Strikes 

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July 2022 Special Edition Will High Inflation Last Forever? 

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July 2022 Not All Recessions Are Created Equal 

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July 2022 Special Edition Revisiting Bonds: The Interest Rate Conundrum 

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July 2022 Special Edition Is a Recession Needed to Tame the Bear? 

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June 2022  Bear Essentials: A Historical Guide 

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June 2022 Special Edition The Worst Years for US Stocks 

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June 2022 Special Edition History of Bull & Bear Markets 

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May 2022 Is the US Headed for a Recession? 

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April 2022 Should Investors Bail on Bonds? 

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March 2022 Russia-Ukraine War: The Crude Awakening 

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February 2022 Special Edition The Uncertainty of War 

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February 2022 Time in vs Timing the Markets 

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January 2022 Special Edition Volatility: The Painful Return to Normal 

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January 2022 The Hidden Risk in the Stock Market 

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December 2021 Three Market Surprises in 2021  

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November 2021 The long-awaited unwinding road begins  

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October 2021 Will inflation be permanently temporary?  

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September 2021 Is Gold Losing Its Shine? 

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August 2021 Is there a bubble in the real estate market? 

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July 2021 Beyond the Inflation Headlines 

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June 2021 Understanding the Meme Stock Mania 

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May 2021 - History of Tax Hikes and Market Impact  Icon

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April 2021 - Three Takeaways from the COVID Crisis Icon

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March 2021 - Is the Inflation Genie Out of the Bottle? Icon

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February 2021 - Should You Invest at Market Highs?  Icon

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January 2021 - Is Your Portfolio Ready for What's Next?  Icon

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