The Stock Market Will Collapse Next Week
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The stock market crash turned ugly last week after the S&P 500 lost another 5%, falling over 10% in 2 weeks.
And with inflation high and the Fed expecting to raise rates more aggressively, a lot of investors are panicking.
But is there an important lesson we can learn from the last time inflation ran hot in 1979 to 1982?
In this video I will explain why the 2022 stock market crash that everyone says is inevitable because of the coming recession may not be as certain as some claim.
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