Hot Reads: Major Asset Classes See Losses For Second Week

Plus, that Fed-induced sell-off may not be over.
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Another Week of Across-the-Board Losses for Major Asset Classes (The Capital Spectator)
For the second week, all the major classes fell through Friday’s close.


Fed-Induced Sell-Off May Not Be Over (Yahoo Finance)
The S&P 500 could retest its June low in the week ahead.


ETFs With Largest Inflows Underperform Rivals (
Research suggests you may want to short the ETFs with the biggest inflows.


Industry Analysts Project S&P 500 25%+ Increase Price in Next 12 Months (FactSet)
Where industry analysts believe the price of the index will go from here.


How to Invest as Fed Raises Interest Rates (Morningstar)
How to tweak your portfolio in response.


BlackRock: Markets Will Get Fed Up With Too Much Tightening (Markets Insider)
Fed Chair Jerome Powell is showing the most resolve since Paul Volcker.


What Are Buffer ETFs? (The Street)
These investment vehicles provide much-needed downside protection.


Market Rout Has Muni Bonds Looking Attractive (CNBC)
How to add them to your portfolio.


What Is the Fed Doing? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
"Don't fight the Fed" used to be a positive slogan. That's not the case anymore.


ETF Popularity Hits Record Number (ETF Edge)
The industry hit a milestone, with more than 3,000 funds trading.


How Investors Can Ease Inflation Effects (Parametric Portfolio)
Diversification and rebalancing provide better protection than market timing.


Is There a Bright Side to a Recession? (Financial Advisor)
Capital Group strategists advise staying calm, like a well-trained pilot navigating a little turbulence.


The Future of the 60/40 Portfolio (Validea)
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