Surprises for the market in 2022

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Your Money

As an alum of UBS and a fan of Art Cashin, this article caught my eye because of its contrarian tone. In his predictions for 2022, Mr. Cashin uses his decades of Wall Street wisdom to swim clearly against the tide.

Here are the snippets on which he opines:
  • Interest rates: Not as high as everyone assumes?
  • The surprise on inflation: Not what you think
  • Covid likely to become ‘manageable’ disease
  • The key to stocks and economy: the consumer
  • A major boost to stocks: the return of buybacks
  • Tech valuations
  • Earnings: analysts underestimating strength
  • China: trouble brewing?
Enjoy and have a very Happy New Year!

Art Cashin sees inflation peaking soon and other surprises for the market in 2022
by Bob Pisani

Your Life

Chronic illnesses are predominantly PREVENTABLE. Yet, they account for some of the most common health problems in the US, according to the CDC. Chronic diseases are the leading causes of death and disability accounting for 70% of annual deaths. Chronic illness includes heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer, and add to rising health care costs with 75% of health care dollars devoted to the treatment of these diseases. Again, don’t miss out on the good news. YOU have the power to prevent or dramatically decrease the risk of chronic disease through healthy diets and lifestyle changes such as exercise and refraining from smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. This isn’t new news, but a reminder of the shocking statistics is an important jolt towards healthier living.

Disease Prevention
source: Harvard School of Public Health

Complexity Simplified

Is juicing healthier than eating whole fruits and vegetables? The easy answer is no. However, eating whole fruits and vegetables also gives us needed fiber. Instead of juicing, try blending to get the best of both worlds.

Is juicing healthier than eating whole fruits or vegetables?
by Katherine Zeratsky


A: An alarm clock
Q: What’s the hardest rock?

Back in 1967, this song reached #1

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