Inflation is stuck around 5%, and the Fed can’t allow that, lest it results in trillions of dollars in extra borrowing costs for the government (among other problems).
The Fed is likely to hike to 5.5%, or even higher, which effectively means a 7.5+% interest rate when adding reverse money printing effects.
The Fed has never hiked this much without a recession following soon after.
Fortunately, the world’s highest-quality companies will sail through the coming recession and keep raising their dividends.
Here are 100% quality Ultra SWANs (sleep-well-at-night) world-beater blue chips you can trust in the coming downturn.
Their risk of a dividend cut in a severe recession is approximately 1%.
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