Deflation Warning From Elon Musk and Cathie Wood

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  1. To her credit… if the government is going to do something incorrectly, we can observe the simple fact that they are pretty good at messing things up.

  2. Good!! Market takes awhile to change. Houses aren’t falling fast enough. Of course Elon says that his stocks are inflated.

  3. It’s easy to say do this do that when you have billions but when you live like normal people you are hurting now and money is tight

  4. I feel those who would allow the market dynamism to determine when to trade or not are either new in space in general or probably just naive, the sphere have seen far worse times than this, enlightened traders continue to make good use of the dip and pump even acquiring more equities towards trading sessions, I'd say that more emphasis should be put into trading, since it is way profitable than holding. Trading went smooth for me as I was able to raise over 6.1 BTC when I started at 2.5 BTC in just 3 weeks implementing trades with signals and insights from Horace Remington Signals and Strategy. I would advise you all to trade your asset rather than holding…Reach our to him below

  5. Elon & those rich folks are only worried about their companies etc.

    For the common person- deflation would be a blessing right now

  6. The only thing this idiot said that makes sense is "you want stability" Of course we do but when we have greedy corporate asshats trying to squeeze consumers for the top price to make more profits for shareholders we have a larger problem. GREED of elites trying to get richer off the poor. How do you square the circle of elite greed with common people's needs? Deflation of price back to a normal standard. How do you compute that? Ask Japan, which has been fighting deflation for decades. Answer: don't let greedy asshats cause price spikes just because they can. Example? Stock buybacks. The stock market gains of the last 10+ years in the US are 80% fake due to companies buying back their own stock with cheap loans from the FED. This is also the reason why the stock market decoupled from the economy long ago.

  7. Can someone say, decrease population… I know, most of don’t wanna say it, only the one that want most of us gone… 🙁

  8. I sure hope they’re right! We need to detox from our dependence on the Federal government printing money and artificially propping up the market.

  9. I agree with deflation as the natural order of things in a steep inflation cycle. However, the FED has expressed that as a worst case scenario. They will drop interest rates back to zero before it gets too crazy.

  10. Cathie "please don't wreck my stonks" and Elon "Please don't make my cars unaffordable and reduce Tesla sales", not sure should take notice of either tbh as both have a degree of self interest with their warnings. While they may have a point, fed actions take a long time to play through the system. Sure, there's a danger they may overdo it but lack of action is equally a concern if in 12-18months inflation is still bad.
    Cathie's fund has been blown to pieces inc some bad decisions so I'm not convinced she's that good with her analysis and while I think Elon studied economics at some point, he's an engineer. For example, would you take software development advice from a Computer science grad who for 20+ years since has worked as a reporter or something?
    Of course if they're right their fans will remember their warnings but if wrong, none will care to remember their warnings.

  11. I think controlled -5 to -6% deflation in 2023 would be good equalizer for stable growth after that going in 2024.

  12. I agree deflation may set in. We have a while to go before we see it on an annual basis. Irony is, deflation is good for the middle-lower classes. It gives more purchasing power to their money. Of course those with assets are worried because they will lose money. Deflation is NOT bad and correlates with a strong dollar.

  13. I like the way u explain things your clear an direct to the point an u give both sides not just one sided unlike 99% of all people everyone is so political now an half the people ain’t smart enough to make an educated decision

  14. Y is it that giving out stimulus checks causes inflation, but giving out billions to Ukraine is not. Our economic predicament is the result of wasteful spending programs and government policies that ultimately enrich the pockets of politicians and their patron corporate backers under the guise of some altruistic causes.

  15. People like Vathie and Elon whose net worth is mostly tied to share price of their stock of course are going to be biased. Also imo we are headed towards stagflation, not deflation. Two different things and many investors still can't seem to get the "flation" lingo accurately. ARKK was nothing more than a product of the covid money printer, many of them sold shares November 2021 and left retailers golding the bag. These people could care less about us, only themselves. Most people unfortunately are to naive or refuse to learn markets and so they fall for the lies pundits and ceo's say in tv

  16. The examples for deflation by Kathy Woods don't really work. Gold is down because of the strong dollar. Building supplies are down because the housing market is coming to terms with higher mortgage rates. Oil is down because the supply issues were somewhat straightened out. Those prices, other than gold, are still higher than pre-covid. We aren't in deflation, we are in a high inflation economy because of the fed printing money and it's tightening at a very slow rate so deflation just won't happen.

  17. Deflation relative to hard assets maybe. E.g., maybe instead of a new car costing 20 ounces of gold it will be 10 ounces.

  18. In order to get a grip on inflation you have to stop people from buying goods.the way to fix everything is have that balance of supply and demand. Playing Pickle with interest rates to get that balance is almost impossible to do because of the fear Factor.. that's the bottom line

  19. central banks are illegal and should involve the "heroes" who swore an oath to shut them down for the free citizens ..

  20. Prices will not go down. Packaging will be smaller and stay the same price. During recession prices goes up up up.

  21. Rich folks live in a different world. Funny… D Rich folks sensing fear & bi$ch about losing money. I hope day get a chance living in a cardboard box living with EBT.

  22. Elon and Cathie are soooo bad in terms of financial knowledge, I will not listen to them except for some marketing campaign.

  23. I would love to see deflation. Instead of having to gamble my money on the stock market just to keep up with inflation I can save money like my grandparents did.

  24. we want deflation. remember that in the 80s they changed how they measure inflation, they didn't actually fix it. remember how your grandparent's would say they good buy a whole cart of groceries for like $10? the real inflation numbers are well over 20%

  25. It's all apart of the build back better agenda, a controlled demolition of the global markets, then rebuild with everyone having a social credit score and UBI lol

  26. Prices going down includes stocks? If yes, by how? I already expect a further 25% decrease in stocks, is it going to be even worse?

  27. Predicting< a reversal of a trend is risky, and even worse, I believe there is more to this market than we understand currently. When people are losing, they don't aim to increase their average, but that can only change if you have a personal trade guide and signal provider like that of Anika Hobson which has made me almost 9.5 on a 2 btc Trade capital over the last 3 months. Make the wise decision. Markets fluctuate in cycles that can last anywhere from a few days to several years. In the case of B -TC, it's difficult to make a bullish case simply from looking at the charts.

  28. If the Fed just began tightening say $30 Billion/month and raise the Fed Funds Rate by .25 basis points, I think that would work overall. Yeah it would take longer to fix up their balance sheet and inflation would take longer to get down to say a more reasonable 3%, but I believe this coupled with a better energy policy (more conservation, more fracking and more alternative energy where it works) from the federal government would work wonders (at least a soft landing).

  29. Deflation is good for consumers loaded with cash. Bad for businesses,enonomy and for people who want to invest . I don't belived there will deflation in the near term, maybe long term is possible. Stagflation is a more likely scenario in the near term.