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The Rise & Fall of Free Trades

(6/7/22) Investor fear vs Doing Anything About it: Why we're still not yet in a Bear Market--no one is really wiling to sell anything. Interesting dichotomy in latest NFIB report: Plenty of job openings, but no one is hiring. "Free" trading platforms promote more frequent trades, and lower stock holding times; ultimate result is a losing proposition from investors; enhances payment for order flow phenomenon. (This will never go away because it benefits Wall St.) Friday's CPI: Has Inflation Finally Peaked? Results will take a while to burn off, but high prices will remain. How the government stoked the flames of inflation with "free" money...and wants to do it again.
1:50 - Why We're Still Not in a Bear Market
13:11 - The Rise & Fall of Free Trading
29:10 - Has Inflation Finally Peaked?
43:06 -: Stupid Things the Government Does

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