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(5/5/23) Will there be a mass-exodus from bank stocks in the wake of the latest round of bank failures? It's hard to tell the baby from the bath water. Getting out of the market vs the price of reinvestment risk: the perils of financial quicksand. short-term vs long-term debt: What are the rates telling us? What does the Fed really control? Apple, GI Joe, & Barbie: Why everything you buy has velcro. Why Affordable Healthcare is an oxymoron; shorting the banks, Squishmallows, and more mistakes to avoid in your 401k: never rebalancing, too many ways to take money out (first time home buyers), collecting too many old 401k's: Left behind.
3:05 - The Mass-exodus from Banking Stocks
14:22 - What Does the Fed Really Control?
30:24 - The Velcro Factor: It's attached to everything you buy
44:26 - Shorting Banks, Squishmallows, & 401k Mistakes

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