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Sean Brodrick – Market Prognosis Based On Fed Policy, Inflation, And A Review Of The Energy Sector

Shad Marquitz
September 20, 2022

Sean Brodrick, Natural Resource Analyst at Weiss Ratings and publisher of Wealth Wave, joins us to focus on market expectations as they relate to Fed policy and inflation trends, as well as a review of the energy sector.   We start off with the obvious focus this week on tomorrow’s central bank rate hike, and what it may mean for trends in the general markets.   Sean discusses how he is playing the trading from both the long and short side over the short-term and medium-term.   We also spend a fair bit of time reviewing the benefits of solid dividend-paying stocks, as a defensive way to get yields to wash out the effects of inflation.

 

Next we pivot over to the energy sector, reviewing oil, natural gas, and related equities, as well as some thoughts on the lithium sector and stocks, on charging station stocks, and few remarks on renewable energy.

 

 

Click here to visit the Wealth Wave website and keep up to date with what Sean is investing in.

Discussion
7 Comments
    Sep 20, 2022 20:31 PM

    The decline has begun once more, Something is wrong however……………………….

    Dow Jones Industrial PRICE CHANGE

    30,706.23 -313.4500

    The sky is starting to look black again! This time can The Reserve Board check the movement or do they even want to……………… Tomorrow, life is always about tomorrow!

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    Sep 20, 2022 20:44 PM

    Drumroll…………..

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    BDC
    Sep 21, 2022 21:46 AM

    Dollar Rising
    Gold Holding

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    BDC
    Sep 21, 2022 21:41 AM

    Russia, partial mobilisation.
    Shoigu, 300,000 reservists.
    Putin, this is not a bluff.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1QFONgdsfQ

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    Sep 21, 2022 21:55 AM

    those snowbirds expecting the long awaited bounce in cdn loonie vs US dollar since this time last year keep getting hammered. What gives with the death of the dollar.

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      BDC
      Sep 21, 2022 21:47 AM

      Dying Euro takes precedence.

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        Sep 21, 2022 21:20 PM

        Agreed BDC. The US Dollar is most heavily weighted to the Euro, and then after that the Yen, so the Canadian dollar is much further down the batting order in terms of relevance. The greenback has continued to surge higher (making a new multi-year high today) because Europe and Japan are in far more of a mess, and that higher Dollar will simply pressure most other lessor currencies in tandem.

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