Yahoo Finance's Ines Ferré discusses the latest market moves for stocks and commodities.
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If you're hesitant about putting money to work in the stock market right now, that's both understandable and wrong. History has shown again and again that shares of great businesses lose ground in a bear market almost as easily as shares of those that never recover. It helps to look for mature companies with reliable profits that they share with investors in the form of dividends that they steadily increase year after year.