The Secret Inflation Target Is…

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Join Downtown Josh Brown and Ben Carlson for another round of What Are Your Thoughts? On this week’s episode, Josh and Ben discuss the biggest topics in investing and finance, including:

►Secret Inflation Target – “The Fed is still going to be loose even when QE is done.”

►A Very Good Year – 50 new all-time highs this year with a max drawdown of 4.2%… is that good?

►Pershing Sq SPAC – At this point, Ackman is pulling out Buffett quotes from 1997 to defend his strategy to shareholders LOL

►China’s Stock Market – What if the companies still do OK but the stocks get held back by the government?

►How Topps Struck Out – They had an 80-year head start, but blew their lead in the bottom of the 9th.

►The Virtual Office – How is this different from, say, a Zoom meeting?

►Additional Savings – Once the basic investment building blocks are covered, where else should people look to deploy excess savings?

►Worth The Money – A viewer asks the crew about the best purchase they’ve made that wasn’t financially sound yet still worth every penny.

And much more!

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