Europe's major economies are already hurting, but rising energy costs will make it worse, especially for any company dependent on discretionary spending.
Some managers are moving into cash, a trend that stock investors don't want to see continue.
Mark Hulbert reminds investors that even if a quick market recovery is not guaranteed after a crisis, investors should never sell into a market panic.
In his September market outlook, Rob Isbitts advises investors to prepare for the worst, while looking for ways to take advantage of whatever comes next.
Invesco's stock is cheap, and its 31-cent quarter cash dividend provided an almost 8.2% current yield at $15.15.
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