Including insurance stocks in an investment portfolio can be advantageous. The insurance industry offers enduring potential returns in various economic climates. Thus, for those worried about some potential stormy skies ahead, this is a common landing place for many investors. However, various risks tied to climate change (increases in wildfires, hurricanes, and other natural disasters) may be changing the calculus for this sector. A number of insurance companies are exiting weather-prone states
Navigating the financial sector’s tumultuous waters has been incredibly challenging, especially with the unexpected collapse of Silicon Valley Bank in March. This event has cast a long shadow over the sector, causing bank shares to struggle and putting Wall Street on high alert. Amidst this uncertainty, short-sellers and fundamental investors seeking value are looking to assess when the other shoe with drop. In this context, it’s imperative to identify the “financial services stocks to avoid. Th
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