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Inflation Report Preview Episode (10/12/22): Market Analysis & Personal Finance commentary from R…

(10/12/22) Janet Yellen tells CNBC essentially, "What, me worry?" Will the Recession be as "mild" as expected? Consumption will eventually slow down; "good" employment numbers are a lagging indicator AND subject to revision. Greta endorses nukes for electricity; the challenge of creating financial stability during transitional times. The Inmate Money Scammer; finding financial security in the U.S.; what happens with a strong dollar; all countries manipulate their currencies to adjust to the Dollar. Markets will stop panicking when Central Banks begin to panic. Germany is in trouble this winter; PPI preview; the co-dependency of global markets

3:11 - Why We May Not Be in Recession...yet
14:36 - Greta Endorses Nukes for Energy; Poop for Heat
18:16 - Trendline Belies Persistent Bullishness
30:27 - Inmate Financial Scammer
37:40 - Janet Yellen's not Worried
44:34 - The Co-Dependency of Global Markets
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