A Lot Of Stocks Are Going To $0 | Wolf Richter


The S&P 500 officially entered a “bear market” an hour ago.

This is consistent with macro analyst Wolf Richter’s prediction of a hard landing for stocks, bonds and home prices that he shared in Part 1 of our interview with him yesterday.

Here in Part 2, Wolf returns to explain just how “hard” that landing is likely to be.

In this video, we also discuss what to do if you’re one of the many investors feeling caught like a ‘deer in the headlights’ by the losses in the

markets since the start of the year.

Paralysis is not a good wealth protection strategy, so we share a few strategies for getting “unstuck”.

Don’t miss out on watching Part 2 of our interview with Wolf Richter.

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Suddenly, talk of an approaching recession is everywhere.

While it’s a threat I’ve been warning of for quite a while, voices from the establishment, like Goldman Sachs Chair Lloyd Blankfein, now claim it’s a “very, very high risk”

Even former Federal Reserve Vice Chairs Richard Clarida & Randal Quarles have recently joined the chorus.

But while a recession may indeed lie ahead, it’s not staring us in the face just yet, says macro analyst Wolf Richter.

However, that won’t prevent the financial &

; housing markets from having a hard landing as the year progresses.

In today’s video he walk us through the data to help us better gauge WHEN a recession could arrive & determine just how “hard” a landing is in store for the markets.

Be sure to watch our just-released interview with Wolf Richter.