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Ex-Wall Street Trader Explains Why Now Is the Time to Fight the Fed

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“Don’t fight the Fed” is a mantra every investor knows. But what if the Fed is totally wrong in its assessments? A top contrarian investor and sentiment trader weighs in on what he thinks could be new bull market...

This week I spoke with longtime friend Jared Dillian, former Wall Street trader, financial writer, and proponent of sentiment investing.

In this week’s edition, we discussed:

● Why we could be on the cusp of a new bull market—despite signs to the contrary
● From green to red: What the Fed’s conflicted messaging means for you and your portfolio
● The two catalysts that could drive the S&P to 4150 and beyond
● The sector set to lead a market rally
● How sentiment trading works (and why it often beats technical analysis)

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Video Time Stamps

0:00 – Introduction
1:31 – Mixed messages: What Powell’s speech really means
5:43 – The great buying opportunity coming up in the next 6 months
8:34 – Two catalysts setting stocks up to soar
10:23 – The Fed’s fumble in looking at CPI
12:35 – Why the Fed wants to lower asset prices
15:33 – Sentiment trading—the ins and outs
18:44 – The #1 sector that led the 2003 recovery (and could do so again)
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