Low-Volatility Dividend Payer Has Bear Market Momentum

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Low-Volatility Dividend Payer Has Bear Market Momentum

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Charles Sizemore,
Co-Editor, Green Zone Fortunes

We might have seen at least a short-term bottom in the market last month.

It’s far too early to say, but since mid-June, the S&P 500 has been trading in a tighter range.

That doesn’t sound like much, but after three continuous months of bear market declines, not falling further is a win.

We’ll see.

I’m not ready to call the official bottom. Until the market proves otherwise, I think it’s only prudent to stick with what is working: low-volatility dividend workhorses.

And this staple stock just showed up on our Stock Power Ratings radar again.

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Strong U.S. Dollar: Yet Another Recession Warning

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Michael Carr,
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Markets forecast recessions.

Stock market weakness signals economic weakness. So does a decline in long-term interest rates in the bond market.

The U.S. dollar is also an economic indicator, and it’s at a 20-year high.

The strength could be due to rising short-term interest rates and worries about the global economy.

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