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The Unintended (Awful) Consequences of ETF Investing

(1/26/23) What happened to the Market selloff? If the Fed goes "dovish" next week, the subsequent rally will be ON, and you'll have only one chance to catch it. The challenges of stock-picking in 2023 because of passive indexing. The conundrum of market volatility and the VIX "Fear Gauge;" the Zero-DTE activity surge is not measured in the VIX. The danger in next week's Fed Meeting: What Powell says afterwards. Rate hikes are expected to peter-out by May; market evolution and value investing: stretching the meaning of "Value." Unintended consequences of ETF investing is market distortion. Can a shift to more conservative portfolio's improve valuations?
3:13 - Will the Fed Go Dovish Next Week?
14:30 - Zero-DTE & the Conundrum of Market Volatility
30:26 - Will Rate Hikes Peter-out by May?
44:32 - The Unintended Consequences of ETF Investing
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