As the threat of recession looms, protecting your portfolio does not mean burying your money in the backyard.
Instead, the best thing you can do for your finances right now is to target mainstay firms producing must-have goods. Trade wars and rising rates may slow these powerhouses down, but they can’t stop them.
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald recently shared three such stocks that might be getting roughed up for the time being, but are built to last. He appeared on Yahoo! Finance on Tuesday, Nov. 4, to reveal why these companies will come out on top once the dust settles.
See his recommendations below…
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