With the third Fed interest rate hike out of the way, investors could still have plenty to chew on as they digest commentary from monetary policy makers about the economy and future trajectory of rate hikes.
September began with the Labor Day holiday, the unofficial end of 'summer markets.' As the month progressed, a stock rally, a 3% yield in the 10-year Treasury, and trade policy concerns dominated the headlines.
Beyond the world of stocks and bonds lies another category of assets: alternative investments. Learn about the alternative investment market and the types of 'alts' that may be available to retail investors.
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