So we end another topsy-turvy week in the markets…

The S&P 500 rallied Monday and Tuesday on hopes the Federal Reserve would pivot from its rate hikes, sending stocks up nearly 6%… Only to sink 3% by week’s end after Treasury yields spiked and the unemployment rate fell.

That’s a signal that inflation fears are still causing massive volatility.

If you’re waiting for a pivot by the Fed to save you in the short term, then you’re setting yourself up for a big disappointment.

That’s why Daily editor Teeka Tiwari says you need to think outside the box to beat inflation.

While stocks and bonds are crashing (even a safe haven like gold is down 7% this year)… one asset class we’ve been pounding the table on is outpacing inflation.

I’m talking about collectibles. And if they seem like an odd investment idea right now, think again.

Right now, high-net-worth individuals are pouring money into collectibles like luxury watches and fine art to protect themselves from inflation. And some pieces are setting records – selling for millions of dollars at auction.

This past week, we showed you how to gain exposure to this growing trend… and how to easily add them to your portfolio. Read on for more…


The Bank of England Just Blinked – Will the Fed Be Next?
This bear market is here for your benefit… When the Fed finally pivots, asset prices will explode to new all-time highs.


The Bear Market Silver Lining
Anyone can make money in a bull market, but it’s what you do in bear markets that determines who truly gets rich… and who barely scrapes along.


It’s Much More an Art Than a Science
The secret to success no matter the market climate is to analyze both the behavior of investments and most investors


The “Outside the Box” Way to Beat Inflation
If you want to outpace inflation and grow your wealth in this New Order of Money, this is the asset class to do it


Here’s Why This “Last Dance” Jersey Sold for a Record $10.1 Million
Collectibles are dominating other asset classes, and this niche in the space is exploding with incredible returns



Chaka Ferguson
Editorial Director, Palm Beach Daily