Gary Brode of Deep Knowledge Investing and Robb Fahrion of Flying V Group discuss the 5 Things to Know in Investing This Week: The Panic Issue
This week, we’ll address the following topics:
– 3Q GDP revised down. Should we panic?
– FedEx ($FDX) lowers guidance. Should we panic?
– Philly Fed announces a huge decline in new orders. Should we panic?
– Can we trade Janet Yellen for the Manila SaveMore manager?
– The PCE actually fell even though shelter (housing) prices continue to rise. Do not panic over this.
Ready for a new week of panic-inducing headlines? Let’s dive in:
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