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Credit Card Use is Off The Charts!

(8/4/22) With too many bears in the markets, and no won left to sell, markets needed a rally to suck bulls back in for one, last ride before The Recession. The unbelievable tone-deafness of SF Fed President Mary Daly; what the increase in credit card usage means; how aggressive will the Fed be in raising rates ahead of Recession? Dueling Farmer's Almanacs differ on the severity of the coming Winter; cooking on the hood of your car in Texas; regardless of the financial media, what's your gut tell you about the markets?
3:24 - The Three Phases of a Bear Market
14:37 - The Tone-deaf Fed
30:32 - How Aggressive Wil the Fed Be?
44:46 - Dueling Farmer's Almanacs & Cooking on Your Truck Hood
48:00 - What Your Gut Tells You About the Markets

RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Portfolio Manager, Michael Lebowitz, CFA
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