Anger At The Wealth Gap To Boil Over As Recession Hits? | Peter Atwater

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While we often focus on the hard numbers & data when analyzing the economy & financial markets, we have to remember that these systems are ultimately driven by humans.

Which means price behavior is a function of behavioral factors like sentiment and confidence.

Today, we’re fortunate to speak with Peter Atwater, adjunct professor of economics at William & Mary College.

Peter is a top expert in how changes in confidence consistently and predictably impact investor preferences, decisions and actions.

In this video he shares what his key confidence indicators are telling him about the prospects for 2023.

Bursting Bubbles, Inflation & Recession To Spark Social Ire | Pomboy & Atwater

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Yesterday we published Part 1 of Stephanie Pomboy’s interview with socionomics expert Peter Atwater.

In it, Peter warned that confidence is starting to be lost in our key institutions like the Fed, Wall Street, Capitol Hill, and corporate America.

As a result, a systemic re-pricing of risk is underway that is likely to result in further massive market value destruction from here.

And as households’ wealth & future prospects further vaporize, Peter fears that social disorder will follow — as “desperate people act desperately”.

What does that mean, exactly? And how should we brace for that possibility?

For answers, watch Part 2 of Stephanie Pomboy’s interview with Peter Atwater.

Why Everything That Can Go Wrong From Here Likely Will | Pomboy & Atwater

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People are tired of the malaise the markets have been mired in this year. 

They want to stop worrying & start making gains again.

But “no bear market ever ended due to fatigue” socionomics expert Peter Atwater cautions in our new interview with him hosted by Stephanie Pomboy.

They end in fear. When no one wants to buy a stock or bond again — ever.

We’re not there yet, warns Peter; who predicts tougher times ahead for the markets. And for society

 in general.

Confidence is starting to be lost in our key institutions like the Fed, Wall Street, Capitol Hill, and corporate America.

As a result, a systemic re-pricing of risk is underway that is likely to result in further massive market value destruction from here.

To see him explain why, watch Stephanie Pomboy’s new interview with Peter Atwater.