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Behind Inflation and Recession Woes

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted June 15, 2022

Wall Street has been anticipating the Federal Reserve’s announcement today. The Fed has been holding a policy meeting since yesterday to discuss what the U.S. needs to do to combat inflation without resulting in anything catastrophic for the economy and the American people.

Biden Gets Aggressive on Solar

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted June 8, 2022

This week the Biden administration announced that it would be taking executive actions to increase the deployment of domestic solar power.

3 Stocks for Upcoming Retirement

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted May 25, 2022

Did you have plans to retire in 2022? If so, you might be reconsidering those plans given the constant market volatility and inflation.

Travel Stocks Ready to Soar?

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted May 18, 2022

Memorial Day weekend is a little more than a week away. In the U.S., Memorial Day and the weekend leading up to the holiday have always been the unofficial start to the summer season. Will travel stocks meet the high expectations?

Inflation Becoming a Bigger Problem for Biden

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted May 11, 2022

Every month, inflation is becoming a bigger issue. It’s turned into a major pain to the Biden administration, especially when thinking about November’s midterm elections. Inflation has given opponents of the Democrat party fuel for their campaign rhetoric.

Rising Demand for Virtual Health Care

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted April 20, 2022

The era of telehealth and telemedicine is only just beginning...

Inflation Hits a New High

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted April 13, 2022

On Tuesday, the Labor Department announced that the consumer price index jumped 8.5% in March from the previous year — this has been the biggest year-over-year increase since December 1981.

American-Made Semiconductors

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 30, 2022

We all know that the U.S. has been dealing with some significant supply chain issues. While there have been some initiatives to try to alleviate the inconvenience of these supply chain issues, there are still a lot of looming problems that we can’t seem to shake, like the lack of semiconductor supply.

The Desperate Demand for Cybersecurity

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 23, 2022

President Biden and his administration have been warning about a possible attack from Russia against the U.S., which would move Russia’s war into other countries, especially countries that stand with Ukraine. Are these countries prepared for cyberattacks?

Could Nuclear Energy Be the Answer?

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 16, 2022

Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine has been difficult to witness these past few weeks and has raised many important issues like how to reduce or eliminate dependence on Russia for oil.

Bullish for Defense Stocks

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted March 9, 2022

You probably don’t think too much about defense stocks. However, they might be worth considering, especially during the current market turmoil and with political tensions rising throughout the world.

Massive Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 23, 2022

This month we got news about a massive breakthrough for nuclear fusion. If successful, nuclear fusion could deliver a limitless and sustainable source of clean energy, which could be the answer to the world’s climate change problems.

Are Companies Making a Profit From Inflation?

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 16, 2022

Last week’s data from the government indicate that inflation increased on an annual basis by 7.5%. This rise in inflation has the Federal Reserve feeling the pressure to regulate the economy. 

Spirit and Frontier Confirm Merger

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted February 9, 2022

Two of the largest bargain airline carriers announced their merger this week. Frontier Airlines (NASDAQ: ULCC) and Spirit Airlines (NYSE: SAVE) agreed to merge and will become the fifth-largest airline in the U.S.

Walmart Invests in Vertical Farming

Written by Jennifer Clark
Posted January 26, 2022

The supply chain issues that we’re facing right now have companies searching for solutions so that we never find ourselves in the same situation again. Walmart (NYSE: WMT) has partnered with and invested in the vertical farming company Plenty as one step toward fixing the future’s problems.