Ben Rains explores where the market stands roughly a week after the Silicon Valley Bank collapse. The episode also breaks down why Wall Street is diving back into large cap technology stocks amid the recent stock market turmoil, before we dig into why investors might want to buy Adobe, Intuit, and Meta Platform shares in March and hold them for the long haul.

(0:30) – Stock Market Update: Everything You Need To Know Right Now (5:20) – Breaking Down Adobe’s Long-Term Strength After Its Q1 Performance (11:40) – Taxes and Software Are Here To Stay: Is Intuit A Good Long Term Investment? (15:00) – Time to Buy Surging Meta Stock for Long-Term Value?

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