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Following El Salvador's announcement to partially de-dollarize itself by accepting bitcoin, Matthew Sigel, Head of Digital Assets Research for VanEck, examines the potential for broader sovereign adoption.
This week I am joined by Janet Alvarez, TV and online contributor to CNBC and Telemundo and Executive Editor at Wise Bread to discuss the importance of financial literacy, COVID's impact on people of color and the digitalization of journalism.
This Q&A explores inflation, the commodities rally and what's behind our high conviction view on commodities.
With the next quarterly review coming up for the Morningstar Wide Moat Focus Index, here's a look at the leaders and laggards from the last review.
High inflation is a worry for economists and financial markets because it erodes the value of money, leading to interest rate rises.
Gold and gold stocks trended higher in May, as inflationary concerns and a weakening dollar propelled gold to over $1,900 per ounce for the first time since January.
Ed speaks with Ed Slott, CPA and author of The New Retirement Savings Time Bomb about what investors need to understand about retirement and how they can keep more of what they've saved.