Stocks should be fine when the Fed starts raising rates next year, history shows

A trader works on the trading floor as a screen displays a statement by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell following the U.S. Federal Reserve's announcement at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), September 22, 2021.
Brendan McDermid | Reuters

Investors may not have to worry too much about the impact of the Federal Reserve hiking rates next year, if history is any indication.

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