Last year was difficult and confusing for investors around the globe with both stocks and bonds getting hit hard. 2023 is starting off on a better note with stocks up around 5% and bonds steady.
As always, many forecasters are are predicting a good year for stocks and bonds while others are calling for doom and gloom.
How should you respond?
I hope to help answer this question and many others during a live "Ask Me Anything"Webinar next Wednesday, March 1st at 7pm Eastern Time.
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If you do have questions, please submit them in advance by replying to this email. Of course you can also submit questions at any time during the webinar. In any case, I will be addressing issues like inflation, interest rates, potential recession, prospects for balanced funds and where to invest in 2023.
I hope you will join me and other Beat the Bank readers next Wednesday March 1st.
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