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Weekly Mixtape For July 31st, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Fed Lifts Rates by 0.75 Point Again The WSJ: U.S. Stocks Rise, Giving S&P 500 Best Month Since 2020 The WSJ: Rich Americans Keep Borrowing, Defying Economic Gloom The WSJ: Single Ticket Wins ​$1.337 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot Weekly Mixtape…

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Weekly Mixtape For July 24th, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Fed Officials Preparing to Lift Interest Rates by Another 0.75 Percentage Point The WSJ: There Are Signs Inflation May Have Peaked, but Can It Come Down Fast Enough? The WSJ: Heat Wave Hits U.S. Farms, Stressing Crops and Ranchers’ Herds…

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Weekly Mixtape For July 10th, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: U.S. Added 372,000 Jobs In June CNBC.com: Here’s Where The Jobs Are For June 2022–In One Chart The WSJ: Inflation Fears Drove Larger Fed Rate Increases In June The WSJ: Oil Prices Pulled Lower By Dimming Demand CNBC.com: Another Hot…

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Weekly Mixtape For June 26th, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” The WSJ: Dow Jumps More Than 800 Points as Fears of Interest-Rate Hikes Subside The WSJ: Fed Chair Jerome Powell Says Higher Interest Rates Could Cause a Recession The WSJ: Facebook, Netflix and PayPal Are Value Stocks Now The WSJ: Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade,…

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Weekly Mixtape For June 12th, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: U.S. Inflation Hit 8.6% in May The WSJ: Persistent Inflation Drags on U.S. Stocks The WSJ: Gasoline Prices Reach $5 a Gallon Nationwide for the First Time Weekly Mixtape Morgan Housel: Once In A Lifetime “What’s different now is the…

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Weekly Mixtape For June 5th, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles CNBC.com: Payrolls Rose 390,000 In May, Better Than Expected As Companies Keep Hiring The WSJ: May Jobs Report Keeps Fed on Track for Half-Point Interest-Rate Rises The WSJ: Biden Says No Short-Term Fix to High Energy, Grocery Prices The WSJ: Lumber Prices…

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Weekly Mixtape For May 15th, 2022

““The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Buffalo Supermarket Shooting Leaves at Least 10 Dead The WSJ: Stocks Trim Weekly Losses With Friday Gains The WSJ: Inflation Slipped in April, but Upward Pressures Remain The WSJ: Senate Confirms Jerome Powell to Second Term Leading Federal Reserve The…

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Weekly Mixtape For May 8th, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: Fed Lifts Interest Rates by Half Point in Biggest Hike Since 2000 The WSJ: Stocks Extend Losing Streak to 5 Weeks The WSJ: The Tech Industry’s Epic Two-Year Run Sputters The WSJ: Rapid Pace of U.S. Job Growth Stretched Into…

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Weekly Mixtape For May 1st, 2022

“The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.” Week In Review Articles The WSJ: U.S. GDP Falls 1.4% as Economy Shrinks for First Time Since Early in Pandemic The WSJ: Tech Rout Drags Nasdaq to Worst Month Since 2008 The WSJ: U.S. Consumers Boosted Spending in March The WSJ: U.S. Consumer Sentiment Rebounded in…

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Weekly Mixtape For April 24th, 2022

No Week In Review Video this week…beautiful weekend with nothing new to really discuss. Plan on it being back next week! Weekly Mixtape A Wealth Of Common Sense: Why Aren’t Rich People Happier? “Many of these people had well over one million dollars in net worth but Norton found it really didn’t matter how much these people had. Pretty much…

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