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5 Things to Know – Video Version – The Super-Duper Inconsistent Data Issue

Gary Brode of Deep Knowledge Investing and Robb Fahrion of Flying V Group discuss the 5 Things to Know in Investing This Week: The More Inconsistent Data Issue

This week, we’ll address the following topics:

  • 4Q GDP appears to indicate the economy is in great shape. Do you believe that? We’re skeptical.
  • The PCE is showing inflation is falling even faster than expected. Is that what you’re seeing at home? Should the Fed pivot now? We’ll discuss.
  • S&P Manufacturing and Services PMI better than expected. This comes with incomprehensible commentary on pricing. Can we provide clarity? We’ll try!
  • Las Vegas Sands ($LVS) earnings indicate Singapore gaming is at an all-time high and Macau is almost completely recovered. Should you buy the stock?
  • Nuclear power generation is heading for an all-time high. Want carbon-free energy – this is how it happens. How can you make money from this trend? We’re on it.

Ready for a new week of indeterminate and contradictory economic data headlines? Let’s dive in:

 

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