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CONTENT WITH Market Commentary

Timely takes on markets and the economy.

Stocks have been volatile recently, but that’s to be expected at this point in the economic cycle.
Bitcoin prices soared in 2017, but have retreated in 2018. Still, some investors wonder if they’re missing out by not trading it. Here’s a primer on what Bitcoin is, how to trade it, and some of the many risks investors should consider.
April may bring a halt to the decline in stocks, but heightened volatility may not be going away for a long time.
Randy Frederick talks about why volatility is so elevated and what you can do about it.
There have been some violent market moves recently, but it’s important for investors to keep things in perspective.
The tech sector has taken a beating, but is it a permanent downturn or a bump in the road?
Kathy Jones is joined by Collin Martin to discuss the influence, or lack thereof, the current trade dispute with China has on the bond market.
Headlines have been focused on tariffs, trade and the FAANG stocks; but underneath the surface may be a more important shift toward tighter financial conditions.
An escalation in rhetoric over U.S.-China trade sent stocks back toward correction territory.
Liz Ann Sonders joins Randy Frederick for this week’s Stock Market Report to talk about why the most recent correction happened so soon after the last one and what it will take to get things back on track.

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