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Are Prices “Stickier” Than We Think?

(8/11/22) Markets' aftermath of a flat CPI print: Has inflation peaked? Markets' 50% retracement of previous decline: What's the difference between a bear market and a correction?
World Record Ghost Pepper eater; Markets' response to 0% inflation print (and what this really means); the Fed is tricky--the fallacy of "core" inflation; Are prices "stickier" than we think? The challenge of an unstable economic environment; the fallout from pandemic: Two forms of Fed "backing-off." The time to buy stocks is when the Fed cuts rates. Earnings Season recap: What happened at Disney? The real risk to markets is a drop in earnings from loss of consumer spending as inflation saps finances.
3:15 - CPI Fallout - Has Inflation Peaked?
14:31 - Ghost Pepper Eater
15:58 - Is the Fed Losing the Case for Rate Hikes?
30:36 - Digesting CPI: Two Forms of Fed "Backing-off"
44:31 - When is the Best Time to Buy Stocks?

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