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Opinion: A smooth flight for stocks in Q1

Guest columnist Richard Baker: "Marketwise, I don’t expect any major issues this year, but staying invested according to your risk tolerance is wise in case of unexpected turbulence."

Guest columnist Nia Howard invites area men to the ballpark to hear from a former MLB player about the importance of mental health care.

Guest columnist Richard Baker says positive gains in the first quarter make it the best quarter in the past five years.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three products.

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle hopes the Kum & Go name will stick around in the Springfield area.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins encourages residents to engage with a state process to determine how best to use federal funds.

Fervent Wealth Management's Richard Baker: "Don’t be afraid to put your profits and fish fillets where you can use them another time."

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples five beverages.

Fervent Wealth Management's Richard Baker: "It wasn’t that long ago that a person could just invest in an S&P 500 fund and have good diversification. These days, with the index’s lopsidedness, investors need to add specific small-caps and emerging market positions to broaden their exposure to the whole market."

Editorial Vice President Eric Olson puts a capstone on his 23-year career with Springfield Business Journal.

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three red wines he says are more affordable as the industry moves toward springtime beverages.

Guest columnist Bennet Bodenstein says Americans may be unfamiliar with standout Sicilian wines.

Commerce Trust's Don Davis says all eyes are on the Fed: When does it plan to cut interest rates and how will it manage its balance sheet?

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples five selections made from the grape.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks discusses Republican infighting in the state Senate.

Fervent Wealth Management's Richard Baker responds to the latest inflation report.

SignalPoint Asset Management's Myles Jackson: "A traditional IRA will be subject to required minimum distributions. A Roth IRA will not. This means you have more control over your income, and in turn your taxes, during retirement."

Digital Editor Geoff Pickle researches what it would take for Springfield to get a Trader Joe's.

Columnist Mark Holmes: "Sow the seeds of optimism, responsibility and adaptability in your team. See them grow into success and satisfaction for everyone involved."

Editorial Vice President Eric Olson says Branson timed it just right with its Chiefs partnership, and it could score marketing points for the Ozarks.

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