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Nadia Vanderhall
Wondering why the markets are giving a shade of red or 🩸? Today the final revision for Q2 #GDPin the US just came in at -0.6% in line with the original release marking the 2nd quarter in a row of negative GDP growth. Two consecutive quarters. I said on Sunday that this week was going to be interesting — I might make you laugh, but I won’t tell you a lie. This doesn’t mean that you should sSee more
The stock market bounced back from its worst first half in 52 years with its best month since November 2020, as the S&P 500 index gained 9.1% in July, trimming its year-to-date losses to 13.3%. Stocks shrugged off news of the GDP contracting for a second straight quarter, a common indicator of a looming recession 📉, and another 75 basis point interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve last WednesdSee more
While I will talk things #GDP and #recession later, I do want to touch on the earnings we’ve seen with platforms that thrive or have a heavy revenue line tied to ads. The latest have been $SNAP and $META. While they both have other hiccups, one of the things hammering away at their financials is how much they are bringing in from other brands purchasing ad space on the platform. I’ve spoken about hSee more
BREAKING NEWS: US GDP declined at 0.9% in the 2nd quarter of 2022, meaning that the US economy is in a technical recession. It is important to note that many public officials, including Jerome Powell, did not believe we were in a recession. See more
A couple days ago on IG ( $FB) I talked about ways to focus on goals and how to align better for the next half of 2022. I’ve been seeing some commentary around how some of you feel that your portfolio has done so far with this volatile market we’ve been seeing this year (so far). Found this and talked it up a bit in my Stories. What do I want you to focus on?! Not on the companies, but alsoSee more
Does the GDP growth in the US economy affect your stock buying strategy? #futurefocused #growth #possibilities #longterm #gdpSee more
Yes, Changing my strategy31.03%
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