Investors should own these four sectors as the economic recovery plays out: SPDR U.S. chief strategist

[ad_1] There have been jitters in the stock market this year from fears of rising inflation. But Michael Arone, the

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Opinion: The pandemic PC boom is still happening, but twin dangers loom

[ad_1] After more than a year into COVID-19 pandemic, people are still buying personal computers in massive numbers, but PC

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Opinion: What’s worth streaming in June 2021: Summer fun with ‘In the Heights,’ ‘Lupin,’ ‘Loki’ and more

[ad_1] As the country opens back up in June, there’s a whiff of joy in the air, at long last

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Opinion: Electric cars are about environmental justice for Black and Hispanic Americans

[ad_1] The global auto industry has begun a historic shift from gas- and diesel-fueled cars to electric vehicles. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan seeks

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Opinion: Why the future for Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Apple and other pricey growth stocks isn’t so bright

[ad_1] It will be virtually impossible for some of the U.S. stock market’s largest companies to grow fast enough to

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Opinion: Why bitcoin’s bust and the ‘crypto cult’ threaten all investors

[ad_1] Traders who have been coordinating on social media to promote stratospheric prices in meme stocks, such as GameStop GME,

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Opinion: Don’t be a sitting duck when this stock market rally fades — here’s what to do now

[ad_1] The three-day selloff was a stark reminder that stocks are not bulletproof. One catalyst in this case was U.S.

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Opinion: I own a small business — this is what a $15 minimum wage means for me

[ad_1] After President Biden required federal contractors to pay a $15 minimum wage and Rhode Island inched closer to its own mandate, small-business

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Opinion: The bears control the market now but it will be hard for them to hold it

[ad_1] The stock market’s bears finally haven broken through and several factors have combined to spark this setback in stock

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