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One thing is sure — when gas prices go down, it’s a relief sign for everyone even for stockholders because we’re seeing stocks going parabolic today. #inflation In October, the Consumer Price Index remained steady, showing no change after a 0.4 percent increase in September. Over the past year, all items saw a 3.2 percent increase. While shelter costs continued to rise, a drop in the gasoline inSee more
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Cheyenne J. Adamson
Invested in SPDR Gold Trust
Gold bug time. #inflation
2023 has been a horrible time for the markets but I’ve consistently kept adding to my portfolio, as far as inflation goes one or two things will happen. Either the Feds will get inflation under control at the expense of breaking the economy or they don’t and we all return to business as usual and they go back to printing more money to fix the economy. #buyandhold #inflation inflation

🤔Most UNDERVALUED prediction to bet on? #longterm #inflation #ratecut #whiteswan

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0 votes Ended 09/02/23

❓The most likely catalyst for the“money on the sidelines” to come into equities is ___________?🤔 #inflation #shortterm #longterm #ratecut #buildandgrow #add #buying #moneyonthesidelines #add2winners

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0 votes Ended 09/08/23
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Plu The Prophet
As expected, the most anticipated number👀 Inflation❗️❗️Finally started to show in the data, but you know the #media they anticipated it to be higher, but actual number came in lower but higher from last month😅 I know brain twister, but in plain English, #Inflation is back⚠️ Gas prices, Groceries, Nursing Home Care main causes of inflation rise. Market will Run, manipulation of perception versus reaSee more

Did you BBQ yesterday? According to the 2023 Rabobank BBQ Index, a barbecue for 10 people costs about $100, a 31% increase since 2018. The highest price increases are observed in soda (53%), white bread (51%), and potato chips (46%), while meat like chicken and ground beef rose 37% and 25%, respectively. Beer, the most expensive item in the index, saw its price rise by 22% over the last four years. How was your 4th of July BBQ impacted this year? source: #4thofjuly #inflation *educational purposes only, not investment advice

71 votes Ended 07/12/23

With the latest speech from Federal Reserve Governor Waller called “Hike, Skip, or Pause?” — it has some wondering if the pause will happen in June. With likelihood of going back into motion in July, it could move up the median projection of the peak rate to around 5.4%. That would be a 22-year high. What do you think we could see in June with the hikes? #federalreserve #inflation #recession

It’s a mess either way 18.18%
11 votes Ended 06/02/23
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Plu The Prophet
Enjoy your #memorialdayweekend🇺🇸 with this in mind, many of us if not all realized it was more expensive to put together our family gatherings, bbq etc. Well #crudeoil showed acurately a big drop in inventories this week, yes #prelimgdp grew, yes the #debtceiling was resolved, we fail to realize, the excessive spending plus the feds wanting to see a slow which recent data is showing opposite, as exSee more
When I’m listening to earnings calls or reading about them. I always look to see not only the statements that they are making, but the sentiments they are using - especially if the CEO happens to be driving the call (always look to this). Companies have moved from mentioning supply chain issues and inflation to other terms/ focus like AI and reorganization. Giving the feel of what we saw aboutSee more
By now the news is showing that inflation has decreased in April to mark its lowest level in nearly two years at 4.9%. Making it the 10th straight month of decline. Economist: Feds are going to get it down to 2% Everyone else: The swipe is too damn high Always zoom out when information like this is showcased: - Food inflation: 7.7% - Electricity inflation: 8.4% See more
April CPI 2023 📈💵 Headline (pictured below): Year-over-year: +4.9% Month-over-month: +0.4% Core (ex. food & energy): Year-over-year: +5.5%See more

Consumer Research Have you bought or sold a car recently? If so, drop a comment on where/how and what the experience was like. Disclaimer: I’m a passionate cyclist and wouldn’t know how to do it myself. A relative is in the market for one though. $AN $CVNA $EBAY $KMX $META (FB #marketplace) AutoTrader – owned by Cox Media, which is owned by Cox Automotive, which is owned by EBay; yep, anti- #antitrust #inflation nesting dolls #consumergoods #consumerdiscretionary #usedcar

Shopping Now10.26%
39 votes Ended 03/29/23
📈💼👔(US Adds More Jobs Than Expected)📉🏦📊💰💸 The US economy has outdone itself yet again, adding more jobs than predicted last month. The data showed that the US added 311,000 jobs, marking eleven months of exceeding expectations. However, this news has sparked concern at the Federal Reserve, as it signals a potential return to a more aggressive stance. Although average earnings grew less than expecSee more

With the upcoming CPI report, federal bank decision on how high they will increase the rate (being either 25 or 50 biases points), the strong job (or how media calls it hotter than expected) report, and with the news that Silicon Valley Bank collapsed. How will the market react or deal with bad or good news in the upcoming months to come? Will inflation stay sticky? Will rate hikes go back to 50 points? As a meteorologist, the spidey senses and gut feeling tell me that we will see more red days than green days for the rest of the year? What y’all think? #inflation #federalinterestrates #ratehike

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1 vote Ended 03/14/23
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