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Here is an inflationary storm like none before

Dark storm clouds gather above getty The United States treated inflationary storms before. However, none started in such an unprepared financial environment. Therefore, expect the effects to come to be chaotic. (See “Inflation messages: the recklessness of 2021 versus the wisdom of 1981”For the justification of a period of rising …

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Baltimore shows how not to fight divestment

One of Baltimore’s favorite girls, novelist Laura Lippmann, said her town “suffers from nostalgia” which “keeps us from being honest about what really happened here.” And when we talk about our city tragic decline, we are often in denial of what happened. Although Baltimore has adopted progressive policies for generations …

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3 cutting edge stocks to buy in the event of a stock market crash

Folks, I have good news and “bad news”, depending on your perspective. On the positive side, the benchmark S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^ GSPC) has seen a historic rebound from its March 2020 low. We are almost 20 months from the bear market trough during the early stages of the pandemic, …

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Buy stocks to prosper. Buy bonds to sleep at night.

The Fed has been cautious, announcing it will start cutting its bond purchases but promising to keep short-term interest rates low for a while. But he might be forced to act faster if he feels inflation has gotten out of hand. The Fed’s intervention sparked the current bullish market rally …

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Opinion: How the pandemic shattered the measure of home values

Estimating home values, both as a whole and for individual homes, is a notoriously complicated process. This is because houses are durable and complex goods, and each house is unique in its location, features, or both. Additionally, homes are barely traded, meaning very few of them are traded in any …

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Royer: Effort to help first responders, teachers get a big boost from Katko | Columns

Samuel Royer From armed battles halfway around the world to terrorist attacks on our own soil, America is no stranger to turbulent times. For more than two centuries, we have counted on courageous individuals who seize the opportunity to protect our country and our communities, whether abroad or at home. …

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8.6% increase in existing home sales in Canada in October

By Paul Vieira OTTAWA – Sales of existing homes in Canada rose sharply in October, marking the largest month-on-month increase in over a year. The Canadian Real Estate Association said sales of existing homes rose 8.6% in October from the previous month. On an actual, unadjusted basis, transactions in October …

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The week the Russell 2000 finally saw the rise

Small Cap write on sticky notes isolated on the desk. Stock market concept getty It was a bargaining fork that your grandchildren had to talk about. The thing went on for months and months, the kind of bottom-up, top-down action that drives even the best machine learning algorithms, let alone …

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