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Richard Cox is a personal investor with more than two decades of experience in the financial markets. He is a syndicated writer, with works appearing on CNBC, NASDAQ, Economy Watch, Motley Fool, and Wired Magazine. Generally, these financial commentaries cover the ways in which macroeconomics can impact retirement, exchange-traded funds, dividend stocks, gold as a protective hedge, currencies, and trends in global interest rates.

U.S. Economy: Monetary Policy Changes at the Federal Reserve Could Send Markets Higher

By many accounts, activity in the financial markets during these past summer months has been uncharacteristically volatile.  After hitting record highs of 3,028 on July 26th, the S&P 500, an important economic benchmark, has seen a major reversal that has sent valuations lower.  Overall, the S&P 500 has already lost -3.4% since it reached its peak and many American consumers ...

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U.S. Economy: Will The Fed Cut Rates to Stimulate Further Growth?

As the U.S. economy continues to show signs of strength, many have wondered if it is time for the Fed to cut interest rates. This viewpoint has also been expressed by President Donald Trump in various Twitter messages. In many cases, the economy will move higher when restrictive interest rate policies are reduced, but some experts believe that it is ...

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