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The Affordable Care Act was Neither Affordable or Caring

(6/27/22) The end of June signals end of quarter rebalancing; if we're going to have a Recession, it will have been The Most Forecast Recession Ever. How much higher can markets rally? Investors have been trained (by the Fed) to believe markets cannot go down. Running in Houston Heat; the impact of healthcare on Retirement planning; healthcare costs are high because of demand on the system; The Affordable Care Act was neither affordable or caring; Sitting is the new smoking. Stocks shrug off ignorant comments from Congress and hawkishness of the Fed; there's a need for a bear market rinse cycle on Wall Street.
4:03 - (Skip past technical difficulties) The Most-forecast Recession in History
13:13 - How Much Higher Can Markets Rally?
29:12 - Getting Old is Not Fair
30:24 - The Importance of Health in Retirement
43:11 -The Need for a Bear Market Rinsing

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