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Market Crash 2.0: Where to Invest $1,000

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Market Crash 2.0: Where to Invest $1,000
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The Dow Jones fell by more than 2% in what turned out to be its worst one-day sell-off since the beginning of the year. Two companies that would be great options in case of another market downturn are AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV) and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX). Pharma giant AbbVie will likely start facing competition from biosimilars in the U.S. for Humira, its best-selling drug, in 2023.

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