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After two years of remote learning, both students and teachers are tired of the “zoom university” and the priority has shifted to opening up schools and universities.
The market expects at least four rate hikes beginning in March setting the stage for a tough year for fixed income. Could emerging market bonds be a solution to meeting demand for income?
At last so-called ‘value’ stocks had their time in the sun in January. After lagging fashionable ‘growth’ stocks such as the big tech companies, boring banks, energy companies and others pulled ahead.
If inflation remains elevated for several years, the financial system will not return to normal for an extended period, creating an environment where gold and gold stocks may shine.
What's in store for investors in the video gaming industry in 2022? We discuss potential breakout areas including mobile gaming and metaverse platforms.
When the US Federal Reserve reported 7% annual US inflation for December 2021, it was the highest rate for 39 years, since June 1982. That takes us back to a time when inflation was a persistent problem for investors and portfolios were adjusted accordingly.
While the general consensus believes gaming and social networking will be the first metaverse applications, people working from home might become the driving force behind this virtual world concept that will give them a feeling of presence.