The Fed might have finally raised rates this month, but it isn't a magic spell that automatically means that the global economy is strong. Oil is once again the leader of a sudden an aggressive bearish sentiment on Wall Street and stocks are suffering as a result.
The state of the global economy going into 2016 is still in question with energy markets yet again being the biggest concern for investors. The slowdown hasn't been kind to sectors like manufacturing either with many companies closing their doors or merging with other businesses in order to stay afloat. Those that have survived though have come out the other side sleeker, stronger, and have fewer competitors. Continue reading "A Deep Value Play Investors Shouldn't Overlook"