"A Little Bumpy" on the Street

Joseph Lisanti of S&P's The Outlook sees inflation as one of the market's hazards, but still thinksstocks will end the year slightly higher

With the market beset by inflation worries, investors currently would do well to focus on higher-quality stocks, says Joseph Lisanti, editor of the S&P newsletter, The Outlook. And he adds that it would be wise to have a portion of a portfolio invested overseas as a hedge against a likely decline in the dollar.

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