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Investment strategy is vital factor in inflation

Investment strategy is vital factor in inflation

Written by Monica Correa on June 21, 2022 Advertisement Although there may be some time before inflation is felt at a personal and business level, higher prices are here to stay, and according to financial experts, analyzing investing strategies, keeping cash available and reducing unnecessary costs to operations might be key ways to come afloat …

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What Are The Different Types Of Interest?

What Are The Different Types Of Interest?

How Are Mortgage Interest Rates Set? Rather than tailoring mortgage interest rates to each borrower’s financial circumstances, lenders use interest rates consistent throughout the entire real estate market. While some borrowers may receive slightly better interest rates for an excellent credit score, the basis and limitations for interest rates result from macroeconomic factors and the …

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Tricky times for those investing in the stock market

Tricky times for those investing in the stock market

There are clear indications now, that given the stubbornly high inflation, the US Fed will be more aggressive in its intensity of rate hikes. Inflation is up, partly due to external factors such as the war in Ukraine and the continuing covid shutdowns in China’s key manufacturing hubs. The US Fed influences employment and inflation …

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REITs Could Be Cash Flow, Dividend Growth Havens

REITs Could Be Cash Flow, Dividend Growth Havens

preferred stocks and real estate investment trusts (REITs) are two coveted destinations for income-hungry investors. as the InfraCap REIT Preferred ETF (PFFR) proves, it’s possible for an exchange traded fund to bring preferreds and REITs together under one umbrella. While both preferred stocks and REITs are asset classes that are historically vulnerable to rising interest …

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New Homebuyers Are Spending Double the National Average on Renovations

New Homebuyers Are Spending Double the National Average on Renovations

Feverpitched/Getty Images/iStockphoto With inflation at a 41-year-high in May and interest and mortgage rates rising, buying a home is getting more expensive for many Americans. And now, renovating one is also proving costlier, especially for new homebuyers, a new survey finds. See: 20 Home Renovations That Will Hurt Your Home’s ValueFind: 5 Summer Home Renovations …

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Volatility Index Spikes: Should You Buy Stocks Now or Wait?  †  Business News

Volatility Index Spikes: Should You Buy Stocks Now or Wait? † Business News

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Why 35.7% of South Dakota’s high school grads choose work over college

Why 35.7% of South Dakota’s high school grads choose work over college

Why wait to make money when you can put money in your account now? That’s what Tyler Arrowood asked himself around the time he graduated from Washington High School in May. He was considering either going to a two-year college, or working for his aunt and uncle’s lawn care company, Lawn & Snow Co. LLC. …

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55% of BSE 500 stocks are in bear grip;  analysts share these tips to make money from equity market

55% of BSE 500 stocks are in bear grip; analysts share these tips to make money from equity market

Lingering concern over rising inflation, fear of aggressive rate hikes by global central banks and heavy outflows by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) have dragged the BSE Sensex down by more than 16 per cent since October 19 last year, when the benchmark equity index scaled its fresh all time high. As a result, as many …

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