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Fed tightening does not signify doom for stock market: Investment Strategist

Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman and Brian Sozzi, BMO Capital Markets Chief Investment Strategist Brian Belski joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the outlook for the stock market, inflation, and Fed policy.

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  1. Get in there and buy the dip – so the Ultra Wealthy can drop more shares on your head.

  2. Hyper demand is the issue – not supply. Once supply catches up – companies are going to be holding while the broke consumer will be nowhere to be found. No such things as supply push inflation.

  3. actually the high inflation will hammer companies profits in 2022
    based on stocks will be hammered too .
    for instance PAYPAL FB

  4. Stocks are garbage. It’s such a Boomer dated concept. Crpyto is the future. I hope all stocks drop 80% and never come back. Call it karama for the generation that robbed the younger generations of everything. Enjoy it on the way down. It’s over. Fed rate hikes are coming and stocks are over. You had a good run and if you aren’t out already its greed and you deserve to lose it all.

  5. How is a supply glut going to help the markets? If businesses have more merchandise in stock than they can sell that’s a negative their business as well as the businesses of their suppliers. What that typically means is that businesses have to decrease their production and lay off employees (which is also negative for economic growth). You then have to wait for the market to absorb that excess before employees can be hired back and production restarted. That would certainly help to lower inflation but it would do so at the expense of economic growth. There is a reason why smart money has converted a lot of their stock to cash and started shorting the market

  6. The stock market will be protected at all cost. It will be the last domino to fall, not the first. When the “Smart Money” leaves the market, look out below.

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