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While Washington continues to argue about a deal, real-world companies are making deals left and right.
The commodities marketplace is a consistent outperformer, and its stock trades at a historical bargain.
Let's look at the banks, exchanges, futures commission merchants and providers of creditor-placed homeowners insurance.
What if, after a 50% decline in a stock, you bought more instead of stopping out?
Here are some names that are well positioned to weather the storm when the inevitable pullback comes.
If you want exposure to the financial sector, forget the banks and dig deeper.
Carolyn Boroden of Fibonacciqueen.com reviews what levels and stocks to be aware.
These names bore the brunt of the selling in Tuesday's broad market decline.
The market is eagerly awaiting the September employment report, as a big divergence in either direction could affect stocks.
Whatever your normal trade, cut it in half, cut it in half again, then probably cut it in thirds.