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How to survive when stocks behave badly

Diversified index funds that reflect the market as a whole are a much less risky way to invest in stocks and bonds than buying individual securities.

Investors are paying millions for virtual land in the metaverse

An ASU real estate expert says he wouldn't put money into property in virtual worlds, certainly not if he cared about losing it.

Housing experts are concerned about affordability

An ASU economist says buyers could be priced out of the market but expects home price increases to slow as construction continues to provide new supply — making homes more affordable.

ASU’s Online MBA celebrates 10 years in the U.S. News top 10 rankings

For all 10 years the ranking has existed, the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University has cracked the top 10 Best Online MBA Programs by U.S. News & World Report, 2022.The peer-reviewed rankings, which were released publicly today, named W. P. Carey’s Online MBA No. 7 in the country, ahead of Pennsylvania State University – World Campus, University of Maryland – College Park, and Rice University.

Cracks in the supply chain are starting to reappear and rural Arizona is especially at risk

An ASU supply chain expert says cracks are more likely to show up in items such as fresh produce and meat that are perishable and need handling by workers, who may call in sick. So, it's no surprise perishable produce is going to waste.