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Market Meltdown Ahead? | Lance Roberts: Minsky Moment Will Spike Volatility & Crash Stocks (PT1)

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WATCH PART 2 (https://youtu.be/sjG0Q0mjeQ0) & then SCHEDULE YOUR FREE PORTFOLIO REVIEW at https://www.wealthion.com/ Market Meltdown Ahead? Will a Minsky moment lead to market crash in the near future? Financial expert Lance Roberts decodes the implications of what Jerome Powell said at the latest Federal Reserve press conference, why inflation will and will not be transitory, and why volatility in financial assets like stocks and bonds will be substantially higher from here. It’s looking increasingly clear folks: The economy has taken on too much debt. Interest rates can’t rise substantially without threatening to crash the entire system. But instead of exercising concern, Wall Street is partying hard with today’s cheap liquidity in a speculative orgy. Unless the situation changes

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Market Meltdown Ahead? Will a Minsky moment lead to market crash in the near future? Financial expert Lance Roberts decodes the implications of what Jerome Powell said at the latest Federal Reserve press conference, why inflation will and will not be transitory, and why volatility in financial assets like stocks and bonds will be substantially higher from here.



It’s looking increasingly clear folks:



The economy has taken on too much debt. Interest rates can’t rise substantially without threatening to crash the entire system.



But instead of exercising concern, Wall Street is partying hard with today’s cheap liquidity in a speculative orgy.



Unless the situation changes dramatically, Lance Roberts foresees an approaching meltdown moment for the markets that will shatter the complacency of today’s investors.



The interview then continues in Part 2, where Lance explains why he’s so confident that caution the bond market is signaling will trump the current exuberance of the stock market.



He also shares how he’s currently positioning his portfolio to still be able to invest in today’s markets while protecting against downside risk



As always, we recommend working under the guidance of a professional financial advisor who understands and appreciates these risks. You’d be surprised how few do.



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Lance Roberts
Lance Roberts has sharpened that lens with 30 years in the investing world from private banking and investment management to private and venture capital. Lance Roberts’ perspective and common sense analysis is sought after by media outlets such as Fox 26 News in Houston, CNBC, CNN and Fox Business News along with numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Reuters and the Washington Post. Roberts is the Editor of the X-Factor report and publishes the blog Daily X-change.

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