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Now displaying: December, 2022
Dec 29, 2022

Ben Rains explores where the stock market stands as we close out 2022. The episode then dives into why investors with long-term horizons might seriously consider buying proven large-cap stocks poised to grow within essential industries heading into 2023 amid all of the uncertainty, recession fears, and selling.

(0:45) - Stock Market Update: Everything You Need As We Close out 2022
(5:20) - Should You Buy The Powerhouse Taiwan Semiconductor?
(11:10) - Adobe's Strong Growth During 2022: Will It Continue 2023?
(15:45) -  Cummins Strong Play Into Alternative Power For Vehicles

Dec 8, 2022

Ben Rains dives the some of the mixed signals that the stock market and economy are sending at the moment. Despite the volatility and slowing growth, long-term investors might consider buying stocks in December for 2023, even if that means starting tiny positions or dollar-cost averaging into blue chips. The two stocks we explore today are Intuit (INTU) and Mastercard (MA).

(1:00) - Stock Market Update: Everything You Need To Know Right Now
(7:10) - Does Intuit Fit Into Your 2023 Portfolio As A Long Term Investment?
(12:00) - Is Mastercard A Strong Play Against Volatility In 2023?

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