Fed Meeting Preview: Buy Or Sell The Ides Of March?

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  • The Fed is widely expected to enact its first 25 basis point interest rate hike, two years after the March 2020 pandemic lockdowns and stock market crash.
  • FOMC meetings are known for big moves and market volatility, and today may bring more.
  • Why the Fed's position here is so tricky and what you can do as an investor.

President Biden Announces His Nominees For Federal Reserve Chair And Vice Chair

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