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Building A Solid Strategy For 2015 Fed Rate Hikes

By Lee Levy

The Federal Reserve (FED) Bank’s unprecedented stimulus program is ending in October, and investment experts – and the Fed itself – believe rate increases will be the next step in the quest to normalize monetary policy.

In fact, in an official report released in mid-September, 14 of 17 Fed officials believe the central bank’s first increase in interest rates as early as the first quarter of 2015.

With that as a backdrop, what should investors do strategy-wise to take advantage of this change?

According to Lee Levy, founder and General Partner at Canid Asset Management . . .


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