Shelve Recession Fears and Profit in This Market (2-Sector Shortlist)

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Shelve Recession Fears and Profit in This Market (2-Sector Shortlist)

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Adam O'Dell,
Chief Investment Strategist

Are we in a recession?

If you go by the technical definition many economists and analysts use, yes.

Gross domestic product (GDP) shrank in both the first and second quarters. Output contracted 1.6% in the first quarter and 0.9% in the second quarter.

Without a sharp revision (which is unusual), we are in a recession.

Good to know!

As investors, what does that mean?

Click here to see why it’s natural to fear a recession — but it shouldn’t stop you from profiting now.

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Chart of the Day

Recession Indicator: Baa Bonds Ring Bear Market Alarm

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Amber Hestla,
Senior Analyst,
True Options Masters

Books on technical analysis define an uptrend as a series of higher highs and higher lows.

This chart pattern indicates prices are moving higher on each leg up, and selling is easing earlier in the legs down.

It’s a useful definition that you can apply to any data set.

Take a look at today’s chart to see what a certain bond spread says about a recession.

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