2022 was a rough year for investors, stocks fell in almost every sector. Bonds, which allegedly are meant to balance out stocks fell nearly as much.
Inflation is running higher than many of us have ever seen. Interest rates are no longer underwater. And geopolitical risks have escalated. Depending on who you speak to, we’re not even in a global recession yet.
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