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Mutual Funds Weekly: These money and investing tips can help you ride the market’s biggest waves

Don’t miss these top money and investing features:

Short-sellers are scarce and that’s some of the best news the stock market’s had lately

12 dividend stocks paying at least 3.5% that are well-suited for high inflation

Why Fortune magazine’s ‘most admired’ companies likely won’t be among 2022’s best-performing stocks

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This ‘all-weather’ approach to quality stocks can help you sail through rough waters while staying ahead of inflation

Rob McIver of the Jensen Quality Growth Fund seeks out companies with high returns on equity. Read More

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These companies are expected to produce rapid growth for sales and earnings, and have high dividend yields well-covered by cash flow. Read More

These are the stocks to own as inflation starts to slow

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Here’s what copper and oil prices predict about the chance of recession in 2022

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Don’t trust the next ferocious rally in the S&P 500

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Women deserve respect around money and investing. Checking these 5 biases is a good place to start.

Sexism and stereotypes deter women from building wealth and financial independence. Read More

‘More people, nurses and doctors, were coming into his room.’ How a father became an advocate for his gravely ill baby.

A financial adviser’s newborn son developed life-threatening complications shortly after birth. Here’s what you can learn from the family’s ordeal. Read More

How your financial adviser can help you process grief after the loss of a loved one

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Why Fortune magazine’s ‘most admired’ companies likely won’t be among 2022’s best-performing stocks

Pfizer’s appearance on this year’s list, for example, may be more of a curse than a blessing. Read More

‘Fake it till you make it’ is an old trick Silicon Valley startups use to get money. Starry-eyed stock investors keep falling for it.

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