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The Problem with The Fed is The Fed

(12/6/22) The Fed is hell-bent on continuing the most aggressive interest rate hike campaign in 40-years. There is no hint of Fed softening or relenting, reinforced by comments published in the WSj to knock down spending, hiring, and inflation; Christmas shopping progress & supporting small businesses: The Houston gasoline station with Full Service pumps; how Nick Timiraos killed the market. What happens when rates rise, employment falls, and inflation returns? Shopping tips for men you need to hear. The Case for Bulls has two problems: The Fed & the Fed. Probabilities vs Possibilities: Have earnings come down enough? Saxo Bank's Outrageous Predictions for 2023.
3:12 - No Fed Pivot or Pause Forthcoming
14:30 - Christmas Shopping, Full Service Gas Stations
18:29 - Killing Markets
30:28 - Shopping Tips for Men
34:14 -The Bull Case has Two Problems
44:28 - Nutty New Year's Predictions
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