Summary of Las 4 claves de la semana bolsas y economía 1 10 2022 Cárpatos

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This week's video discusses the four key points for the week in terms of stocks and the economy. These points are 1) stocks, 2) the economy, 10 2022, 3) the market, and 4) fontaners. The video goes on to discuss how the current market conditions are not representative of what happened during the 2000s, and how the market may continue to decline until a larger-scale crash occurs.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the four key points for the week: 1) stocks, 2) the economy, 10 2022, 3) the market, and 4) fontaners. José Luis Cárpatos summarizes these points and reminds viewers of the date of October 1st. He then goes on to recommend a movie, Kodak, which has won several awards. Finally, he reminds viewers that if they want to subscribe to his channel, they can do so by clicking on the link at the bottom of the video.
  • 00:05:00 This week's video discusses the four key points for stock market investors. It covers topics such as the recent market volatility, the importance of diversification, and the importance of having a sound investment strategy. The video also provides a link to a website where investors can learn more about specific investment options.
  • 00:10:00 This is what's driving the stock market this week--the bonds. Some analysts are saying that this morning before the video was shot, they read all the newspaper articles about stock market crashes from yesterday. They all say the same thing: that the bonds are what's moving the markets, and that they will either settle down or we'll never know. This is what's happening, and we'll never be able to clear up what's going on. It's either the bonds are calming down or we're not going to clear up what's going on. This is what's happening and the bonds will never settle down. This week's stock market graph has the symbol "enter investing" and it shows that during the week the stock reached the psychological resistance level of 4%. In this Bollinger Band indicator, which shows the volatility of stocks, you can see that the stock reached the 4% level in the 28th day of the month, Wednesday, and has been oscillating around that level since then. It took 3 1/2 months for the stock to reach 3%, and it took 7 weeks for the stock to reach 4%. This is the first time since the 1970s that both stocks and bonds have fallen in the same period. For the
  • 00:15:00 This week, the stock market crashed, with the S&P 500 falling 29.17%. This volatility is unprecedented, and it's causing investors to lose confidence. The video goes on to talk about how the stock market is volatile, and how it's not just stocks that are falling, but also bonds and options. It also talks about how this volatility is affecting the VIX, which is a measure of stock market volatility. While it's unclear what the cause of this volatility is, some analysts are saying it's due to investors fleeing risky options outside of money. Regardless of the root cause, it's clear that this volatility is causing investors to lose money.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses how the US dollar has been eating up all the global economic gains of recent years, and how the Japanese yen has been the only currency to buck this trend. The clip also includes a short video about JP Morgan's recent decision to transfer its September bond payment date to December.
  • 00:25:00 In this video, four key points about the week's stock market are covered. First, investors should colar or invest in a strategy where stocks were sold in the last minute, as this caused the market to fall. Second, derivatives played a big role in this, as they pressured the market downward. Third, if the market had not gone down, it may have fallen to the level of 155. Finally, Kelly Good, head of global strategy at JP Morgan, said that the stock market may go down to 3,460.
  • 00:30:00 This week's key economic news has been inflation in Europe, which is not looking good for the region. This is followed by a discussion of the US Treasury's interest rate strategy, which is currently in a limbo state. The main focus of the video is on the stock market, which has seen a declining 9.3% in September, the worst month since March of 2020. This trend is followed by a look at stock prices dating back to 1938, which shows that stocks have been declining on average for 25% over the past year. Finally, the video discusses how the stock market might react to a change in interest rates by discussing how it has behaved in previous cases of market volatility. While it is uncertain whether or not this will be the case, it is clear that the current market conditions are not representative of what happened during the 2000s.
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses the current market conditions, and suggests that while the market is in a downtrend, it is still volatile and can rebound quickly. It warns that there is a high potential for violent rebounds. The market may continue to decline until a larger-scale crash occurs. The video also discusses the importance of the equity put call ratio, and how it has been consistent in predicting stock market crashes even in down markets. While the market is in a downtrend, the ratio still points to an eventual market turnaround. However, further improvement in the U.S. economy is still required for this to happen. Finally, the video discusses the importance of inflation, and how it can affect both stocks and currencies. If U.S. inflation trends improve, this could lead to a market rebound. However, at this point, it is still advisable to avoid investing in European stocks due to the high level of inflation there.
  • 00:40:00 This week's key financial graph is of Bank of America and their study of inflation rates over the past few decades in developed economies. They find that inflation has been above 5% in these economies on average for 10 years, and that it can take up to 10 years to lower inflation from 5% or more. This is important because it shows that policymakers are not always correct in their predictions of when inflation will return to 2%. Other key points from the video include that Greece took 29 years to return inflation to 2% after it peaked at over 20%, Italy took 17 years, Portugal took 16 years, and America took 5 years to get to 2%. France went 9 years before reaching 2%. Overall, it seems like it will be a long time before inflation returns to 2%. This is because policymakers are often unable to control inflation once it reaches high levels. When the stock market begins to calm down and the value of the Federal Reserve's reserve holdings reaches IPC levels, that would be the time when people could start to feel more confident about the economy.
  • 00:45:00 In this video, Las 4 claves de la semana bolsas y economía 1 10 2022 Cárpatos, market analysts discuss the key points of interest for the market at this time, which is that the interest rates must exceed inflation in order to happen. This could happen in the first quarter of this year, or at the end of the first quarter of next year. Right now, we are trying to calculate the terminal rate, if inflation does not moderate and goes beyond the table, all of this changes in annual terms, are impossible to decline as fast as the market might think. My opinion is that yes, the market will move here in Europe, but not in the United States. However, I do believe that the interest rates will be above this possible first quarter, probably by the end of the first quarter. I think that this could happen, but I do believe that it might be a little more than what is currently being thought by the market. The market will eventually recover, but it will take a long time. Inflation will slowly decline much slower than in the United States, and the interest rates at the European Central Bank will move much slower, too. This will create an opportunity where investors can buy stocks and bonds
  • 00:50:00 This week's key points in stock and economy include 4 key points: 1. The level of the stock market has been dropping for 7 out of 8 times, with a recession only not happening once in 2016; 2. Inflation has been increasing 8 times in 8 previous occasions, and this week it is at its lowest level since 1997; 3. There is a high chance that this week's inflation will be different than the other 3 times, but it is still the number one enemy of the stock market; 4. JP Morgan has been predicting housing prices in the way that the IPC has been calculating it, which has been deemed as "falsified" and has caused the market to lose faith in it.
  • 00:55:00 The video forecasts that fourth-quarter earnings results will be poorer than previously predicted, and this pessimism is affecting stock prices and other markets. The red line is predictions for the S&P 500's profits, while the yellow and orange lines represent excluding energy sectors. The predictions are becoming increasingly negative, with each week dropping further as a result of things such as the decline of Apple and Nike, as well as corporate factors being unfavorable. The trend has increased pessimism and has a lot to do with the street--it has increased discussion of issues such as plumbing, which is strange for topics that typically haven't had much impact on investors, such as hatchbands. The trend is expected to continue until conditions change, which is good news because it means there is a long-term upward trend, even in a secular bear market like 2008. However, even though it is 20% away from the mean, the stocks kept falling in the preceding 15 days, and this week started out badly with an unfavorable seasonal trend. Overall, this year's personalty has been very good, which is good news, but the technical part of the talk isn't as important to me. There are two important technical points to note--one has ended and the other is coming up soon.

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This YouTube video by a financial analyst predicts that a major market rebound will take place in the coming year. He believes that the market has already hit its lowest point, and that the rebound will be even bigger than anticipated. He also provides tips on how to avoid being caught in the market rebound.

  • 01:00:00 Las 4 claves de la semana bolsas y economía1 10 2022 Cárpatos from el caso y por lo tanto pues tranquilidad, buenos alimentos, dónde está la clave técnica a partir de ahora, pues no tiene mucha historia lo que hay que hacer es fijarse en el gráfico de semanas, ya saben que en esta zona, la media de 200 en gráfico de semanas, un nivel que no ha conseguido romper con Claridad desde el año 2011, lo máximo que llegó a hacer es lo que se ve aquí en el covid, Estuvo una semana claramente por debajo en la siguiente semana remontó y se fue directo otra vez a la media y en la siguiente en la siguiente dos semanas ya estaba pegado y volvió a pasar o sea no se llegó a alejar mucho es lo máximo que ha pasado desde 2011 este nive
  • 01:05:00 This YouTube video by a financial analyst reviews the current market conditions, and predicts that a major market rebound will take place in the coming year. He believes that the market has already hit its lowest point, and that the rebound will be even bigger than anticipated. He also provides tips on how to avoid being caught in the market rebound.

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