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Nadia Vanderhall
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So I sat on a webinar by $BLK this AM and it was about “Asset allocation for the current market regime”. It was good to hear the insights about even the latest #cpi reading from their POV. Like many of you, the inflation needle moving slowly isn’t moving consumers and the economy. I still stand on the fact that many things are going to still be impacted. This was stressed during this webinar as welSee more
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A whole lot riding on this CPI report releasing tomorrow at 8:30a EST. The consensus estimates are listed in the screenshot below (time is quoted based on my time zone so ignore the 6:30 unless you're MST). Headline inflation is expected to fall 0.6% from 7.1% in December's report to 6.5%. Core inflation which takes out the volatile food and energy components is projected to drop 0.3% from last moSee more
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Sold ShopifyInvested for 444 days
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Shopify is the backbone for many small businesses. But the economy is rough and I hope they can stand the wave if this new CPI report #cpi
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CPI reading for November came in at 7.1% YoY below expectations of 7.3%. Which the CPI for November came in at 0.1% MoM below expectations of 0.3%. Currently the markets are responding good, but it’s still early in the week. How the CPI readings paced over the last few months: October 2021: +6.2% November: +6.8% December: +7%See more
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I frequently tell everyone that you should not care which direction the market goes because you can make money if it goes up or if it goes down. You should only care that it's got a consistent direction. Because any time you get a consistent direction driven by a meaningful event, like economic data or the Fed or some governmental policy, THAT'S when you can really stack up gains. If stuff is juSee more
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BREAKING: CPI expected was 7.9% but came in at 7.7%. Core CPI for October came in at 6.3% (YoY) below expectations of 6.5% Core CPI for October came in at 0.4% (MoM) below expectations of 0.6%. Core consumer price index increased 0.3% . Price increases over last year (CPI report)... Fuel Oil: +68.5% Gas Utilities: +20.0%See more
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$ETH 🎯 - Updated Chart 📌 Following price action from this week that was full of red folder (high impact) news, I’ve updated my charts. 📌 Downside targets still remain the same, however the upside (short-term bullish targets) changed accordingly. 🎯 Targeting (at least the Institutional Points of Interest Zone), which lies directly under the Fibonacci Golden Zone. Therefore, this target is fairlySee more
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What do you think the Fed will do with the Federal Interest Rates in November? Following "unexpectedly hot" consumer price index (#CPI) data, which excludes food and energy, for September, many on Wall Street who hoped that the "Federal Reserve might be able to ease up on its battle against inflation later this year" had those hopes "decisively dashed," according to reports. Do you anticipate interest rates to continue to rise? Do you trust the Fed to navigate a 40-year high core US inflation? #inflation #fed #communitypoll Sources: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-10-13/-horrible-cpi-has-some-brace-for-jumbo-hike-wall-street-reacts https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-10-13/core-us-inflation-rises-to-40-year-high-securing-big-fed-hike **This content is for informational purposes and is not investment advice. Investing involves risk of loss.

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With the hot🔥 #cpi data due tomorrow, what’s your take⁉️

Market Rally’s💰16.67%
Market Dumps🩸16.67%
Market Zigzags😵‍💫16.67%
I’m not going to Trade🫤50%
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Does this seem legit after this week? From #CPI reading expectations being wrong to Railroad avoiding a strike to inflation inflating to $FDX speaking of slowdowns to Kanye dipping on $GPS to $ETH See more
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