The die is cast for the Fed to raise interest rates as early as its next meeting.
Minutes from the Fed’s October confab show the members in agreement that conditions for a rate hike could “well be met” to raise rates for the first time since 2006.
What does it all mean? As soon as someone figures that one out with certainty, be sure to let others know.
In the meantime, what we can view with some certainty is the long-term future for these seven stocks that investors should avoid during 2016.
The reasons are as varied as the players, but they all share one common trait: dead money for investors.
Let’s take a look at five names for your 2016 blacklist…