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Recession in 2023-24? An Economic Analysis | What to do?

With SVB collapse in US, will there be a recession in 2023? In this video, we’ll look at the aftermath of SVB crisis, what impact will it have on India & the rest of the world, and will there be a repeat of 2008 financial crisis. SVB collapse explained.
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One of the most well-known lenders in the startup world, Silicon Valley Bank, collapsed on 10. In order to calm concerns around recession and reduce risk in the larger financial system, US Fed had to intervene. Its stock plummeted more than 60%. It was also suspended from trading in the stock market Following this. 2 more banks, Silvergate Bank and Signature Bank. also collapsed. This triggered a big sell-off in the equities market in the USA as well as India.
This brings us to the question of how this bank collapse will affect Indian markets, if at all? SVB was a prominent lender for startups, not just in the USA, but India as well. So will this bank collapse lead to a downtrend in the Indian stock market? Inflation in the USA has been the highest in the last 40 years – as a result of which there is a concern in the market that a recession may come in 2023.
In this video, we’ll cover the following concepts:
1. Is recession coming 2023?
2. Will market crash again?
3. SVB collapse explained.
4. Recession news 2023-24.
5. Is it right time to invest in stock market?
6. SVB crash in US equities market.
7. US Fed and SVB Crash.
8. Will there be a repeat of 2008 banking crisis?
9. Reason behind Signature Bank collapse.
10. US banks collapse 2023.
11. US Fed policies against inflation.
12. Economic analysis of recession 2023.
13. Will there be a recession in India?
14. Latest SVB news.
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  1. I used to think everybody went broke during the Great Depression and other major crashes but they didn’t… Some made millions, I also thought everybody went out of business during these times but they didn’t, some went into business, there’s always depression/recession for some people and there’s always a good time for others, it’s all about perspective.

    • First step is discovering loopholes to generate gains during volatility, It is very possible to retire big time from the current market condition without having to hold stocks long term.

    • most of these strategies and loopholes are better managed by experts and pros in the market, the average Investor on the other hand are left to suffer during a crash.

    • The issue is people always have the “I’ll have to do it myself mentality” Unapologetically, that’s why the get heavily affected during a crash and coupled with the fact we’ve had the longest bull run ever in the American history, most folks aren’t equipped to manage this crash and it’s impending opportunities well enough, so it only makes sense to seek proper guidance during these times, that’s what lnvestment-advlsers are for, been using one ever since the pandemic 2020 and I’ve been barely affected by crash, I have $850k in profit sitting in my portfolio and I’m unbothered about the market outcomes.

    • It’s a She actually, Christine Blake Mckale I initially came across her on a CNBC news report then on smartadvisors and I decided to hit her up. Best decision I made to stay afloat 2020.

  2. Recession measures in US, and 14:10 you mention about slowdown India
    The measures were quite nice and knowledge intuitive. Please make a similar analogy for Iida market.. It has different market structure, and problems and remediation.

  3. As recession fears mount on Wall Street and inflation remains well above the Fed’s 2% target, some of the top commentators in markets, business, and economics have been sounding off on just how bad they think the next downturn might be — and how far stocks may have to fall. I need ideas and advice on what investments to make to set myself up for retirement, my goal is to have a portfolio of at least $850k at the age of 60.

    • It’s precisely at times like these that investors need to be on guard against the next certainty. You don’t have to act on every forecast, hence i will suggest you get yourself a financial-advisor that can provide you with entry and exit points on the shares/ETF you focus on.

    • @@ardeand Very true , I diversified my $400K portfolio across multiple market with the aid of an investment advisor, I have been able to generate over $900k in net profit across high dividend yield stocks, ETF and bonds in few months.

    • @@ivanmpaa wow ,that’s stirring! Do you mind connecting me to your advisor please. I desperately need one to diversified my portfolio.

    • @@Emmacurtis there is something known as income investing, series i bonds and laddered t-bills. the choice is yours.

  4. This recession is most likely the result of an external factor. For the first time in decades, the United
    States is losing its clout as a federal reserve currency. They don’t have any more economies to use to
    control inflation, and less money is being spent on stock and oil trading than in the past. They all lend
    support to the idea that a new multilateral world order is in the works.

    • Keep this in the back of your mind. There are good days and bad days. It’s a zero-sum game, but keep this
      advice in mind: spend wisely, invest wisely, and diversify your holdings so that when one performs poorly,
      the others do as well. This can be accomplished by hiring a knowledgeable specialist whose platform provides
      a wide range of investment options. By doing so, you leave little room for regrets and may even gain more.

    • @@JoeyMcCam

      With the assistance of an investment advisor, I was able to diversify my $401k portfolio across multiple
      markets, earning over $980k in net profit from high dividend yielding stocks, ETFs, and bonds in just a few
      short months.

    • @@JennyLawHere

      Would you mind recommending a specialist with a variety of investment options? This is extremely rare,
      and I eagerly await your response.

    • @@sheliaswelttk2535

      My trustworthy advisor, Juliet Eve Downey, works for a fee only. She actually offers free consultations and
      always has the interests of her clients at heart. She and I have been colleagues ever since I turned 40. She is
      a busy woman, but if you can catch her attention, she might be able to help.

    • @@JennyLawHere
      This recommendation comes just in time because I’m literally grasping for straws right now! I looked her up
      on the internet and made plans to call her.

  5. As a foreigner who lived through the entire duration of zero covid for the past 3 years in China, this is by far the most objective commentary I’ve seen on YouTube to date. Economists and business leaders are voicing concerns at the start of 2023 that the year could be a difficult one. JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said Tuesday that the Federal Reserve may need to raise interest rates to 6% to fight inflation, higher than the peak level between 5% and 5.5% in 2023 that most Fed officials penciled in after their December meeting. Although I read an article of people that grossed profits up to $500k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist

    • Emotionally-charged decisions to sell off large quantities of stocks or other investments now lock in your losses, removing any chance for future growth.

    • A 2020 Northwestern Mutual study found that 71% of U.S. adults admit their financial planning needs improvement. However, only 29% of Americans work with a financial advisor.

    • Very true, a huge part of my portfolio growth has come during this bear market. I’ve been able to scale from $180K to $572K in a short period of time. I basically was just following the steps and guideline from my financial advisor. as long as you’ve professional help, you’re good to go

    • How can I reach this adviser of yours? because I’m seeking for a more effective investment approach on my savings?

    • *KATRINA VANRENSUM* is the coach that guides, you probably might’ve come across her before I found her through a Newsweek report, she’s quite known in her field, look—her up

  6. Protecting your capital is much more important than making money. Basically because if you lose your capital, making money is much harder. ”Missing the train” vs. ”losing your money”. There are a lot of trains, but if your money is gone, it’s over.

    • Wall Street pitched so-called quality stocks with high profitability and low debt, as a kind of insurance against whatever the economy might throw at you. Quality stocks have underperformed the S&P500 this year, My $200k portfolio is down by approximately 20 %, any recommendations to scale up my returns on investment

    • Nobody knows anything You need to create your own process, manage risk and stick to the plan, through thick or thin While also continuously learning from mistakes and improving.

    • Exactly why i enjoy market decisions being guided by a pro , seeing that their entire skillset is built around going long and short at the same time both employing risk management and market experience , been using a portfolio-coach for over 2years+ and I’ve netted over $3million in that time frame.

    • @@chris-pj7rk is it okay if you share the info of the coach that guides you? I’m 39 now and would love to grow my stock portfolio and plan my retirement

    • @@kimyoung8414 The coach I’m in touch with is ‘HEATHER ANN CHRISTENSEN, he works with Merrill, Pierce, Smith incorporated and interviewed on CNBC Television. You can use something else. for me his strategy works hence my result. he provides entry and exit point for the securities I focus on.

  7. The majority of people using these strategies are making significant profits; yes, the risks are larger, but isn’t the ongoing business sector equally risky? From what I can discern, the go-to strategy for navigating this downturn and high expansion is momentary trading rather than long-term trading.

    • I believe that short-term trading, as opposed to long-term trading, is the best strategy for surviving the current recession and high inflation. Isn’t the current market dangerous as well, despite the increased risks involved? Most people who use these strategies achieve significant financial success.

    • Since the outbreak of 2020, which significantly affected the market, I’ve been consulting an investment coach before making any investment decisions because their entire philosophy is built around employing a high-profit orientated plan while simultaneously trading long and short, as well as decreasing risk exposure as a hedge against inevitable downtrends. When coupled with their access to odd data and analysis, underperformance is virtually impossible.

    • @@lewisberg8911 I suppose that explains why, according to investopedia, the demand for investment experts has increased by over 41.8% since the epidemic. No matter what, kindly give the advisor who helped you a recommendation.

    • @@mattandersen2458 I wholeheartedly back financial counsellor Ruth Loralann Brennan, who holds a US SEC licence. She has been helping me for a long with my portfolio. You may look her up online because she has many reviews.

    • @@lewisberg8911 I discovered Ruth’s website after carefully searching for her online and reading gushing testimonials about her professional experience. Thanks

  8. Recession is most likely the result of an external factor. For the first time in decades, the United States is losing its clout as a federal reserve currency. They don’t have any more economies to use to control inflation, and less money is being spent on stock and oil trading than in the past. They all lend support to the idea that a new multilateral world order is in the works.

    • Keep this in the back of your mind. There are good days and bad days. It’s a zero-sum game, but keep this advice in mind: spend wisely, invest wisely, and diversify your holdings so that when one performs poorly, the others do as well. This can be accomplished by hiring a knowledgeable specialist whose platform provides a wide range of investment options. By doing so, you leave little room for regrets and may even gain more.

    • With the assistance of an investment advisor, I was able to diversify my $401k portfolio across multiple markets, earning over $980k in net profit from high dividend yielding stocks, ETFs, and bonds in just a few short months.

    • My Financial adviser is ‘’Helene Claire Johnson’’ she’s highly qualified and experienced in the financial market. She has extensive knowledge of portfolio diversity and is considered an expert in the field. I recommend researching her credentials further. She has many years of experience and is a valuable resource for anyone looking to navigate the financial market

    • Thank you for this Pointer. It was easy to find her webpage, She seems very proficient and flexible. I booked a call session with her.

  9. 50 now, and everything is paid for. Fortunately, I had a college economics teacher who taught me a lesson when I was 18 years old. That lesson was: you can’t buy something else for every purchase you make. Having multiple sources of income is prudent, as is living within your means. I have a 13-year-old vehicle because it is all I need, I like it, and I can do whatever I want with it. My net worth is $4 million, and I can pay my bills without stress, but I don’t live like I have that. I have no complaints.

    • Nobody knows anything you need to create your own process, manage risk and stick to the plan, through thick or thin while also continuously learning from mistakes and improving.

    • I agree, that’s the more reason I prefer my day to day invt decisions being guided by a init-coach, seeing that their entire skillset is built around going long and short at the same time both employing risk for its asymmetrical upside and laying off risk as a hedge against the inevitable downward turns, coupled with the exclusive information/analysis they have, it’s near impossible to not out-perform, been using a init-coach for over 2years+ and I’ve netted over 2.8million.

    • @@PhilipMurray251 I actually subscribed for a few trading courses but it didn’t help much, been getting suggestions to use a proper financial advisor, how did you go about touching base with your coach?

    • @@instinctively_awesome8283 The thing is that I really don’t like making such recommendations. But there are many freelance wealth managers you could check out. I have been working with “Deborah Sue Bohn ” for about four years now, and she’s made decent returns. If she meets your discretion, then you could go ahead.

    • @@PhilipMurray251 I looked up your advisor’s full name and she appears to be trustworthy and knowledgeable. She is a fiduciary who acts in any individual’s best interests. So I left a message on her website, and I’m hoping she responds soon.

  10. Recession fears mount on Wall Street and inflation remains well above the Fed’s 2% target, some of the top commentators in markets, business, and economics have been sounding off on just how bad they think the next downturn might be — and how far stocks may have to fall. I need ideas and advice on what investments to make to set myself up for retirement, my goal is to have a portfolio of at least $850k at the age of 60.

    • Keep this in the back of your mind. There are good days and bad days. It’s a zero-sum game, but keep this advice in mind: spend wisely, invest wisely, and diversify your holdings so that when one performs poorly, the others do as well. This can be accomplished by hiring a knowledgeable specialist whose platform provides a wide range of investment options. By doing so, you leave little room for regrets and may even gain more.

    • With the assistance of an investment advisor, I was able to diversify my $401k portfolio across multiple markets, earning over $980k in net profit from high dividend yielding stocks, ETFs, and bonds in just a few short months.

    • Would you mind recommending a specialist with a variety of investment options? This is extremely rare, and I eagerly await your response

    • Stacie’s profile appears to be fairly knowledgeable, therefore I must say that I value the advice. After locating her online, I thoroughly read through her resume, educational background, and qualifications, and I must say that they were quite impressive. We have set up a meeting after she replied to my message.

  11. Managing money is different from accumulating wealth, and the lack of investment education in schools may explain why people struggle to maintain their financial gains. The examples you provided are relevant, and I personally benefited from the market crisis, as I embrace challenging times while others tend to avoid them. Well, at least my advisor does too, jokingly.

    • Investors should exercise caution with their exposure and exercise caution when considering new investments, particularly during periods of inflation. It is advisable to seek guidance from a professional or trusted advisor in order to navigate this recession and achieve potential high yields.

    • This is superb! Information, as a noob it gets quite difficult to handle all of this and staying informed is a major cause, how do you go about this are you a pro investor?

    • Through closely monitoring the performance of my portfolio, I have witnessed a remarkable growth of $483k in just the past two quarters. This experience has shed light on why experienced traders are able to generate substantial returns even in lesser-known markets. It is safe to say that this bold decision has been one of the most impactful choices I have made recently.

    • Wow, that’s stirring! Do you mind connecting me to your advisor please. I desperately need one to diversified my portfolio.

    • I’ve actually been looking into advisors lately, the news I’ve been seeing in the market hasn’t been so encouraging. who’s the person guiding you?

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