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Looking for a little portfolio sparkle this Independence Day? Here are some summer holiday-themed stocks to research and consider.
Compare interest rate-sensitive stock sectors that could benefit or suffer at the hands of a Federal Reserve that’s predicted to continue to hike rates.
Learn about collecting whiskey by understanding the basics of auctions, collecting and storage.
Thinking of some liquid assets for your portfolio? Booze stocks may fit the bill.
As the biggest generation in history, millennials are slowly changing many common trends. Learn how to potentially benefit as an investor.
Can you invest in baby boomer buying habits? Research the stock sectors that could rise and fall with boomer purchases; 10,000 turn age 65 every day.
Tea is hot, and that’s good news for consumers and investors looking for a new beverage to tempt their taste buds.
As the U.S. economy improves, consumers are showing a growing taste for higher-end, even investment-grade, whiskey and wine.
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