Why are commodities rising and how do you get in on it?

Oil is a popular commodity, otherwise known as an economic resource. Oil prices dropped dramatically after lockdown measurements and fears of inflation and supply shortage arose. However, the fall didn’t last too long as the government came to the rescue. Commodities are rising as a result of injecting stimulus into the economy and record-low interest rates.

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Are 0% Interest Rates Here to Stay?

The Fed ​​ – Federal Reserve – who is in charge of adjusting the federal funds rate, set by the FOMC for banks that borrow from each other’s reserves overnight, is expected to keep 0% interest rates through the end of 2023.

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What is the business cycle? And, why does it matter for stock market investing?

Our economy can be defined in four basic phases, expansion, slowdown, recession, and recovery and this is called the business cycle. This means that even after a recession, the economy will bounce back.

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What are market sectors?

What are market sectors? Stock market investing, explained.

Market sectors give insight into the performance of different genres of companies in the stock market. As of 2021, there are 11 sectors defined for stock markets. Here's a breakdown of what they are and how they can help you invest.

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Front welcomes former COO Soros Fund SVP Ellie Mae to advisory board

Front Welcomes Former Executive of Soros Fund Management and Former SVP of Ellie Mae to Advisory Board

Eddy Zuaiter, of Zuaiter Capital & formerly Soros Fund Management, and Selim Aissi, formerly of Ellie Mae & Visa, join as Front advisors.

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The Russell Reconstitution_Changes to the Russell 1000, 2000, 3000 Indexes

The Russell Reconstitution: Changes to the Russell 1000, 2000, and 3000 Indexes

Every year the Russell FTSE refreshes their leading index–this is called reconstitution and it means billions of dollars start moving. What do investors need to know about it?

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America’s portfolio_Intro to US markets biggest indexes

America’s portfolio: Intro to the biggest indexes in the US markets

A breakdown of America's biggest stock market indexes: the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq-100, and Russell 2000. What's the difference and which should you invest in?

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Ethereum’s big updates: London and Eth2 (and why they matter for crypto investors)

Big changes are coming for Ethereum. What is Eth2? Stay ahead of the big news with our breakdown and what it means for the future of crypto.

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We answered the five top questions that crypto beginners have on Google

Investing in crypto is not like investing in stocks. Questions? You're not alone. We answer the most common crypto questions here.

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Breaking down beta investment strategies for stocks: low beta, high beta, and smart beta

Looking to put more of a strategy behind your stock market investing? Learn all about beta strategies and if they're right for you.

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