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LEADING STRATEGIST JASON TRENNERT IS UNCHARACTERISTICALLY BEARISH. HE EXPLAINS WHAT’S CHANGED

December 16, 2022

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A major theme for WEALTHTRACK in 2022 and will be in 2023 is what a difference a year makes. 

  • We’ve gone from lower for longer inflation to stunning acceleration,
  • Historically lower for longer interest rates to rapidly increasing ones, 
  • History-making monetary stimulus to rapid withdrawal, and
  • Liquidity-driven speculation in financial assets to risk aversion.  

With the exception of energy stocks, the market has taken a hit pretty much across the board.   

What further impact will these mega changes have on the economy and markets, and what will they mean for investors? 

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LEGENDARY ECONOMIST ED HYMAN WORRIES ABOUT THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF FED’S  RAPID TIGHTENING

December 9, 2022

Starting with WEALTHTRACK’s launch in 2005, we established an annual tradition, sitting down for a rare in-depth interview with Ed Hyman, Wall Street’s number one ranked economist for an unrivaled forty-two years. 

Hyman is Vice Chairman of Evercore, a leading independent investment banking and advisory firm where he is also the Founder and Chairman of its Evercore ISI division and leads its economic research team, which publishes what is considered to be must-read research by institutional investors all over the world. 

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COUPLES AND MONEY: WHY IT IS SUCH AN EMOTIONALLY CHARGED TOPIC AND HOW TO HANDLE IT

November 25, 2022

Money problems are a major source of conflict for couples and a leading cause of divorce. Victoria Collins, one of the country’s top financial advisors for many years, has strategies to handle it.   

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KESSLER: MORE MARKET WARNINGS

November 18, 2022

Veteran portfolio manager Robert Kessler elaborates on mounting evidence of recession & financial crisis.

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SIXTY YEARS OF INVESTMENT WISDOM FROM FINANCIAL LEGEND CHARLES ELLIS

November 11, 2022

Part 1 of 2

The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “There is nothing permanent except change.” Charles Darwin certainly observed that in his trailblazing work on evolution more than 2000 years later. In a quote widely attributed to him, he is alleged to have commented, “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most adaptive to change.”     

As the markets fluctuate around us, how much should investors change?

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