The economy and Fed ‘are going at different paces right now,’ strategist says finance news

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13 comments

Craig Reynolds 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

Investing in different streams of income in other not to depend on government for funds and avoid all the chitchat about the inflatio

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George Gomez 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

WE TOLD YALL LIBS SO….LET'S GOOOOOOO BRANDON

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Stevie Sevieria 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

Can’t these “experts” learn how to put a little echo deadening material in their room, or use a better microphone. This guy sounds horrible technically. I have to struggle to understand every word.

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Eka 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

The inflation this time triggered by all entrepreneurs/business/companies want to take back what they had lost during pandemic.
So they are raising the price when they see an opportunity of it.
It is not solely because of excessive Dollar Supply in the market.
Raising the interest rate will driving more price increases because those businesses have to bear another interest cost.
What a stupid policy.

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TravelerPat 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

Now the general public know about the Fed's action and inaction and consequences. We shall see if the Fed chooses Wall St or the public especially those without big fat 401k that are renters.

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Rough Habit 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

The Fed is a thorn in the economy. I’m not sure how they can go at the same pace or different paces for that matter.

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NFT Forest 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

raising rates would be suicide… not raising rates would be suicide

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Neha Kumari 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

Why so much correction in NASDAQ ?

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Michael Dusso 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

“……and the walls come tumblin’ down”

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Dave Brewer 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

The Fed is going to try and fight a 5 Alarm Fire with a Water Hose . What lies ahead for the US economy is not going to be pretty for anyone .

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King Russell 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

If the fed wants to raise interest rates he better doing ASAP because he’s just waiting for a recession

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금호 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

I sold AMZN and DIS and bought SARK at $43.8 yesterday. So far, it has been a great decision!

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707Berto 27/02/2022 - 5:15 Chiều

I'ma just dancing on the sidelines. Gonna buy the diiiiiiiiiiiiip!

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