The 2 Ways the Trade War Will Affect Your Wallet

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Make no mistake: The trade war between the United States and China will cost you money at the grocery store, at the mall… everywhere.

It could put a serious dent in your investment returns as well… unless you know what to look for.

That’s why Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald appeared on FOX Business Network‘s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast” yesterday to tell viewers exactly when the trade war will start to weigh on markets.

See why he’s surer than ever that the trade war will affect both consumers and the markets in the video below.

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