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Nadia Vanderhall
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A tale of two Black Fridays. While most feel that inflation would’ve jacked BF numbers. The comparisons between the two show that consumers are doing less shopping because of inflation + other hiccups in the economy. Let’s compare the swipe — 2022: —Americans spent $9.12B shopping online, up 2.3% from 2021, a new record high - Electronics purchases up 221% compared to an average October day - BNSee more
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#inflation and #interestrates are destroying the American economy and the consumer in turn. Consumer spending across the board was significantly lower this year while #CreditCard debt was the highest it has ever been in almost 20 years. Like and Subscribe! https://youtu.be/4JrV9ev2oi0
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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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‼️FOMC Press Conference‼️ 75BP Hike ➡️Strongly committed to bringing inflation to 2% goal 🥅 ➡️Moving stance ‘Purposefully’ Indicators point to modest growth in 4Q ➡️Labor market remains extremely tightSee more
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🛑 Breaking News!! 🛑 FOMC Meeting (yep yep…the writing on the board is backwards 😂 I know but so am I most of the time 😂😅) 🛑Fed hikes rates by 75BP🛑 ➡️ need ongoing hikes until rates ‘sufficiently restrictive’ ➡️ will take cumulative tightening lags into account Waiting for Powell to speak now…See 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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I realize I’m kind of jumping into this late, since $SPY has already dumped a lot and is hovering near the lows for the year. But I really think looking at all the #macroeconomic factors that there is still potential for a lot more #downside – we’re likely headed into a #recession while still experiencing high #inflation . But maybe I’m wrong. After all, I seem to keep pretty good at making poor or at least mistimed trades.
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🏘️The situation is tough for consumers in the US Folk at the moment. They are taking a lot of hits with a higher cost of living and price pressures, resulting in a difficult situation for them. 🏘️The housing market has been struggling for a while, but it looks like the final blow could be here in the form of rising interest rates. The average cost of a 30-year mortgage was 6.7%, which is an increasSee more
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$JDST to the 🌕 During #inflation this has been my hedge against most of it. Every day has been positive with this Asset it has fought its way up despite world current events. Gold is king and will never be replaced, if regular currency fails we always have a solution to solving transactions and everyday living. Gold on the other hand is a store of VALUE and a solid element and will never go anywSee more
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