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Did the Fed Just Break the Economy?

(9/22/22) It's a Trifecta Thursday with the onset of Autumn and the Death of the Roberts' Duber; the Fed raises rates 75-basis points, as expected, but shocks markets by saying higher rates are here to stay through 2023...unless something occurs to cause a change in stance. The Fed's "good intentions" vs reality; markets are now on the same page. The impact of higher rates on Bonds: TINA, FOMO, & YOLO in the Bond market; the importance of differentiation in bonds; bonds are a function of economic activity & inflation; Dollar strength is relative; what other currencies are doing, and why the Dollar is the Reserve Currency of the world; are we losing the advantage of the Rule of Law? Bank of Japan's intervention.

3:17 - Thursday Trifecta
6:16 - Fed Rate Hike
14:38 - The Fed's Intentions vs Reality
30:32 - TINA, FOMO, & YOLO and Bonds
44:29 - Why the Dollar is The Reserve Currency of the World
Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Portfolio Manager, Michael Lebowitz, CFA
Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer
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"Tail Risk and Persistent Inflation"
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