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What will be the next big thing in 2023? 
Walton takes a deep dive into the upcoming wonders of the year to follow.

What to invest in 2023

Most people are aware of the current market situation. A recession is already here, according to most economic experts and the UK stock exchange is down by more than 12 percent already this year as investors are still waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Wirecard short sellers set up new fund.

Founders of Gotham City Research and Portsea Asset Management are reportedly set to launch a new hedge fund betting against markets after reaping rewards from the failure of Wirecard in 2020.

Robert Shiller created an index that shows investors’ fear of a stock market crash. Here’s what it’s saying now.

A sizeable majority of individual investors are worried about a possible U.S. stock market crash — and that’s bullish. That’s because crash anxiety is a contrarian indicator. It would be a bad sign if investors were confident that a crash would not occur. So we can take at least some solace from the current widespread worry about a possible crash.

Intel reportedly plans to lay off thousands of workers, with details potentially emerging alongside quarterly earnings

Intel reports quarterly results on Oct. 27. Its last big layoff round, comprising 12,000 job cuts, was announced in tandem with first-quarter earnings in 2016.


Investing 2023

Nexergy’s IPO

the future of green energy and fuel

Likely to be one of the largest in green energy investment stock history Expected to go public as early as next Fall and set to be the biggest financial event of today until next year’s autumn. Timings will depend on market conditions.

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Opinion: The stock market is ‘oversold,’ but it pays to stay bearish

The stock market has returned to an extremely bearish phase, as it has been making new yearly lows. This pattern of lower highs and lower lows, in stock prices, defines a bear market. Because of that, one should maintain a “core” bearish position.