We got the latest Consumer Price Index report Thursday, something I’ve been warning about for a while now…
Almost every one of these monthly reports has smashed the stock market. And why?
Because inflation is still stubbornly high. Long story short, the powers that be at the Federal Reserve created a massive bubble in assets, and then they did nothing as it kept expanding.
Dragged along with that asset bubble are things that don’t come back down in price so easily, like food and rent. And now we’re left with stubbornly high inflation while the Fed has raised interest rates at a record pace — and it’s done NOTHING… nothing but crush the stock market.
So today, I want to dive into the Bloomberg terminal and show you a few things I’m sure you’ll find interesting. I do think we’re seeing some exhaustion on the selling side, so let’s also look at some levels on the Nasdaq and what could be coming next.
I also have a great risk-reward trade setup* to show you, so check out the video up top!
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There’s something on my mind I’ve been dying to share…
Something that can be used by traders and investors of all skill levels.
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*This is for informational and educational purposes only. There is inherent risk in trading, so trade at your own risk.