How to navigate the current market meltdown!!
Are you concerned about the current market sentiment and what that means to your portfolio?
We know that the situation for consumers continues to deteriorate and the stubbornly high inflation is hitting hip pockets. The one tool that the Fed Reserve has is raising interest rates…and a potentially more aggressive rate rise outlook was not taken well by the market.
I expect that the markets will come under pressure this week and will test the bulls resolve. In the video, I talk through how I intent to navigate the current market meltdown after the US fell apart and the Nasdaq ended down over 4% Friday. I take a look at the current trends, major levels and overall bias of the market.
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