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The bear market is finally over and the bottom is confirmed in. Inflation has peaked, the consumer is strong, and unemployment is low. Tech valuations have came back to reality and the DXY is weakening.

Jerome Powell, you crazy son of a bitch, you did it.
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>>52572980
those dicks are coming for your butt, anon
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>>52572980
Not so fast , normie
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>>52572980
Inflation is measured by the rate of change of prices.
If people still can't afford fuel,
If they still can't afford food,
Then how the fuck is the problem solved if those prices *only* go up by 7% rather than 10%? They need to come way down, or wages need to go way up. Otherwise people literally cannot spend without indebting themselves (which they already have to to the max, and can't anymore due to rising interest costs). This means that businesses can't make money because nobody is spending This means those businesses will downsize or close altogether - aka a recession
Don't be retarded anon, the pain has only just started
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>>52573002
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>>52573084

wow look at all this bobo cope. you guys seriously haven't bought yet? you are enter liquidity.
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>>52572980
Eh, almost. Jay Powell did well, but it seems like other levers are moving.
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>>52573268
>enter liquidity
Ok you got a chuckle out of me
You're still retarded and I will still be proven right in the long term. Enjoy your little pump
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>>52572980
It's like when you're watching a horror movie, the monster dies, and there's still 40 minutes of the movie left.

The Fed will think they're geniuses and pivot prematurely, leading to years of even higher inflation.

Might make some money in the intermediate rally though.
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>>52572980
Is it 2030 already. How long was I asleep?
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>>52574977
it's stil 2022 anon
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>>52576830
fuck
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>>52574977
The market is forward thinking. It is pricing in the future. 2030 already priced in.



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