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How to Invest with a “Sooner, Faster” Fed

Did the Fed just create the 472nd sequel to the Fast & Furious franchise with its "Sooner & Faster" pronouncement? Markets will be more volatile this year; the Fed basically told the markets what they already knew; the sincerity of Jerome Powell. 2022 will be The Year of Volatility; how large cap companies will cope. How the YOLO investing mentality turned sour; managing fear and greed in 2022.

1:42 - The Sooner, Faster Fed's Policy Error
12:55 - The Fed Threads the Needle
28:45 - 2022: The Year of Fear and Greed...and trading...and volatility
43:02 - How to Invest in 2022: Manage Your Fear, Manage Your Greed
Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO
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