Investors, Look for Buying Opportunities While Interest Rates Remain Low

The financial sector and housing market may benefit while the Fed continues its steady-as-she-goes approach.

If there was ever any doubt that we would end the year without a big interest rate hike, it's probably been erased by now. Still, investors should keep an eye on the Federal Reserve because their actions—or inactions—can tell us something about how well they think the economy is humming along and provide some clues as to what you should be doing with your money.

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Chris Abts, Investment Adviser Representative
President, Cornerstone

Chris Abts is president and founder of Cornerstone in Reno, Nevada. He holds a Series 65 securities registration and has earned the Certified Estate Planner (CEP) and Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC) professional designations.