Oct 13, 2021
It looks as if we had the shortest correction in history within the markets, and I sit down with financial expert Brad Williams to discuss some of these changes. Natural gas prices have gone up with the change in policy—and as a result we have seen increases in other areas as well. Williams advises that we look at the stock market from an investing standpoint rather than a trading standpoint and focus on things that generate income. Tune in to hear more useful tips and insights.
-It looks as if we had the shortest correction in history for the markets
-We are in for a tough winner with natural gas prices going up with the change in policy
-When fuel increases, the cost of everything else goes up
-Is the stock market just beginning to comprehend the disruptions?
-It seems like too many people are looking at the stock market from a trading standpoint and not an investing standpoint
-Un-sound economic policies have consequences
-It’s important to be defensive and look at things that generate income
-It’s hard to imagine what would happen if interest rates normalized at this point
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