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Beware of Recency Bias!

(5/11/22) Utopia vs Dystopia is like theory vs reality: Why the Government's solution for fighting inflation never works; Should you buy the dip? Why buy the market bottom is a bear trap for investors; the best investment I ever made; what advisors are telling people that's good and bad; recency bias and investor psychology; contrarian investing strategies; Benchmarking progress over a two-year span; Why you should get out of the market now.

[NOTE: Today's show start was beset by technical gremlins, and the first segment is truncated.]
0:00 - Why Gov't. Solutions for Inflation Don't Work
10:20 - Danny's Smoking Jacket
11:34 - Buying the Bottom: The Bear Trap for Investors
26:02 - The Best Investment I Ever Made
40:04 - Contrarian Strategies and Active Portfolio Management
49:32 - Why You Should Get Out of the Market Now
Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFP
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