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Macro factors like rising inflation and higher interest rates are often viewed as bad for growth stocks. This argument had been levied against the stock market for the past century before it recently morphed into an argument directed at the growth style. But CIO Robert Zuccaro says that history tells us that this argument is without merit. Learn why in this Opalesque Master Class.

Robert shares the journey that led him to Golden Eagle Strategies starting with his father who was a world-class investor. Hear his current outlook on the market along with some advice for investors.

Why inflation is worse than we think and what that means for investors

Recent poor performance has many doubters piping up on the star stock-picker. Learn why they may be wrong.

There has been a seismic shift in the economy and stock market from 2010 through 2020 — enough to call small stock theory into question.

This inflationary spiral may last longer and turn out to be more severe than Fed proclamation.

The average bull cycle has lasted about five years since the 1930s, with the shortest going on for at least two years.

How does one find a manager who can beat the S&P 500?

Learn how 5 common practices can undermine investor success.

Many investors are scratching their heads trying to figure out how the stock market can rise during the biggest economic contraction on record.

Shh... P/E isn't the the best metric for predicting stock prices.

The rapid stock market sell-off is unlikely to end the long equity bull market run.