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Space agencies are learning how to make food on Mars and the moon

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One ETF manager’s advice for navigating an era of potential tax hikes

VIDEO2:0402:04How one ETF manager is navigating an era of potential tax hikesETF EdgeMonitor the market and control what you can control. That's what Dimensional Funds co-CEO Gerard O'Reilly is telling clients as the Biden administration considers implementing tax raises on capital gains, corporations and the wealthy, a move that could impact tax-managed investment strategies such as Dimensional's. The No. 1 thing for investors to consider is the market's response to any potential tax hikes, O'Reilly told CNBC's "ETF Edge" this week. "If the market perceives that something will lower future cash flows to investors or increase discount rates, that will have an impact on prices," O'Reilly, also his firm's chief investment officer, said in the Monday interview. Because such expectations are often already baked into market prices, the most constructive course of action is also the simplest, O'Reilly said: "The price is forward-looking. Don'..

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