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Rooney sees black sorghum, Onyx, hit store shelvesCOLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M AgriLife sorghum research may be known for its development of sorghum for animal feed and energy sectors, but cereal eaters across the nation are learning about its contributions to healthier human foods. “We were targeting the health-food market when we developed the black grain sorghum hybrid Onyx in 2012,” said […]

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While we usually associate investing with hotshot Wall Street investors and hedge funds, the truth is most of us have a stake in financial markets and their ups and downs. About half of American families own stocks either directly or through institutional investment vehicles like mutual funds.

First of all, don’t make any rash moves because of the growing chatter about recession or any wild gyrations on Wall Street.