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Why The Fed Wants More Unemployed

(11/22/22) Market movement can best be described as sideways, up only 2% for November. Oil Stocks are down 20% while energy stocks are only off 5%; so why would the Fed pivot? When it does, it won't be good for equities. How is the crypto-phenomenon like the sub-prime crisis of bygone days? A discussion of what "pivot" is and is not; The Fed wants to take pressure off the labor market, and would be fine with 5% unemployment as a means of thwarting the wage-price spiral. A comparison of economics, then and now; The Fed's rate hikes this year haven't hit yet, but when they do... the "lag effect" is being under-calculated.
3:10 - Markets Not Doing Much of Anything, Moving Sideways
14:34 - Why Would the Fed Pivot?
30:24 - I Don't Think Pivot Means What You Think it Means
44:22 - What Happens When Debt Begins to Default?

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