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#PhillyFedManufacturingIndex came out negative this morning for #DXY (US 💵): 📌 Forecast: -5.0 📌 Actual: -8.7 🩸Outcome: 📌 See more
🚨 Economic Calender 🚨 - High Impact Event (NFP) 🚧 September 2, 2022 @ 8:30 am (EST), #NonFarmPayroll (NFP) data and statistics will be released. 🚧 NFP, is a highly volatile statistical data-news related release event that rocks all financial markets. Usually, by Wednesday and Thursday of the week, you will be able to monitor and analyze the week's See more
💰I can’t believe the Dow finished positive today! 💰 At 8:30 am EST this morning, the July jobs report was much better expected, with over 500,000 jobs added, along with the unemployment rate falling to 3.5%. While traditionally this is great news for the economy, investors wanted bad news because this would mean the Federal Reserve wouldn’t have to raise interest rates as aggressively. But doSee more
August 5, 2022
🚀📈 Why is the Stock Market rallying? 📈🚀 With the US economy in a technical recession, the Federal Reserve raising rates to fight inflation, and a myriad of other bad news, why have we seen the market rally since June 16th? To answer this question, I dive into what exactly has happened since then, and then dive into market psychology to understand what we are seeing better. Check it out below forSee more
I seriously doubt that raising interest rates will substantially reduce headline inflation. I DO believe that it will reduce core inflation. Food, oil, and housing costs would remain a serious problem in a recession. Avoiding stagflation while slowly raising rates should be the #1 priority of the Fed. I’m happy with the .75 rate hike yesterday. #Inflation #InterestRates #Economics #recession
We are all aware that gas prices are high. Basic economics tells us that price rises when you have more demand than supply. ⛽️ My question is... at what price do you stop extracurricular driving? 🚘 (include your state as well) At some price, when people do stop driving as much, demand will fall and supply can build up. This would, in theory, help the price of gas fall. Of course, this is in a perSee more
🔷🔷Powell Delivers Remarks at NABE (National Association for Business Economics)🔷🔷 The Buck Stops Here Speech 🔹 Committed to restoring price stability with a strong labor market 🔹 Ongoing rate increases ⬆️ 🔹 Warranting actions to get price stabilty 🔹 Labor market has substantial momentumSee more

Hey #publiccommunity 👋👋! For a while now I have been considering starting a YouTube channel that would focus on economic topics and events, investing strategies and planning, discussion of market trends and specific company reports, and education on (specifically economic) topics that we are facing in the market today. Would this be something anyone would like to see? There are LOTS of great personal finance channels out there, but I want to fill a niche that looks at things with a macro point of view, and help people grow their understanding of where we are and where we will be going in the markets. I feel as if many channels are too broad and really recycle material, which is something I would want I avoid. I would want to be an economics channel that helps people make smarter and more informed decisions about their stock buys and sells. Because of this, I’d start out with 2 videos a week on highly researched topics. Market Psychology is something that I love and strive to understand, and would be at the center of much of my content. So if you think this would be a cool idea, vote Yes below, or vote No if you think it is stupid. If you have any suggestions or feedback feel free to leave them below! Thank you! #possibilities #longterm #growth #buythedip #buildingmyportfolio #2022 #smartmoney #trynewthings #economics #econ101 #Youtube #vote

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What cloud companies are you invested in? I’m a big believer in cloud technology. Here’s why… It’s all about economics. It’s cheaper and easier to use for small and large organizations instead of buying and depreciating large sums of hardware and maintain data center(s), pay for security and redundancy to ensure uptime and plan for disaster recovery situations. So by using cloud services from AmaSee more
I've made several posts as to the seriousness of the situation involving a potential government shutdown and the need to raise the debt ceiling before the country literally runs out of money. Late tonight The House of Representatives passed a bill that would both prevent a government shutdown and suspend the debt limit in a step toward preventing possible economic calamity. The package approved TuSee more
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