Time to Put Some Meat on Your Portfolio’s Menu

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By Brian O’Connell Inflation may be forcing consumers to cut back on beef spending, but that doesn’t mean the stocks should be avoided, according to Real Money Columnist Kevin Curran. As more consumers grow anxious about food prices, the high cost of beef is not only making Main Street consumers pass on the steak and burger aisle – it’s making investors think twice, too. That’s a mistake traders can’t afford to make, argues Real Money Columnist Kevin Curran. “Inflation, rising fuel costs, a Russia-Ukraine conflict, and persistent supply chain problems are all causing Americans to assess how th…

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