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Cpi data i'd like to discuss sort of the differences that we've seen in that data and how that can actually relate to and affect the stock market moving forward. U.S stock sell-off after fresh cpi data shows highest inflation since 1982.. The nasdaq fell 2 percent on thursday. After cpi data revealed the highest rises in prices since 1982, 7.5 jump in the consumer price index led to the market pricing and six fed rate hikes earlier this year.

Why is this important right? Well, if you look at let's just look at inflation rates, inflation rates uh historically you're, going to see some interesting stuff - usa, historical inflation rates for united states of america from 1914 to 2022.. You want to come back here, let's just say, 40 years right right now. It's 2022. january we got a 7.48 year over year, increase in inflation when's the last time you saw something like that: 1978.

79. 80. 81. 82..

Now, what's the overall trend here right? What do you see? Well, you see back here. 1967. 69. 70.

71. 72. 73. A pretty drastic increase in that that uh year-over-year inflation growth.

They managed it a little bit for a couple of years, then it pops back up in 1979, 80, 81, 82, 83, etc. Well, i don't know if you guys remember. I wasn't alive for this. Even so, i can't claim that i remember, let's just look at the oil crisis right oil crisis definition, history and facts, oil crisis, a sudden rise in the price of oil that is often accompanied by decreased supply, since oil provides the main source of energy for advanced Industrial economies and oil crisis can endanger economic and political stability throughout the global economy.

The first occurred in 1973, when arab members of opec organization, the petroleum exporting countries, decided to quadruple the price of oil to almost 12 dollars a barrel which is not indeed different than now, but i digress. So why is this important right? Well back here we had the oil crisis. This is uh first occurring in 1973. You come back to the usa, historical inflation rates, and what do you see? 1973 little slight pop-up in terms of by overall inflation right? This is cause for different reasons.

Back here you have, obviously it was an oil crisis and not necessarily uh an inflation crisis caused by oil, more so caused by uh, just printing a massive amount of money. However, there is a lot of talk currently on ukraine and russia, which could end up causing some uh hardships in terms of other finite resources. I don't know what that'll look like, but you can't see here. Russia holds military drills.

West warns. Ukraine standoff at dangerous moment. Russia began major military drills with close ally belarus on thursday uh, so you could see the u.s get you know in into this sort of fight uh. I think it'd be more of a posturing than an actual war, but it could be something right and that could affect overall inflation, so i'm actually watching for that.

Typically, when you see massive periods of uh inflation of recession of downturn uh, there is some form of a major war that contributes to uh the overall economy, and i think you will see that happen down the road in the future, most likely with russia. I think russia and ukraine is a pretty small scale, uh thing in the grand scheme of things. I think it will end up being russia and china, more so than russia and ukraine, but i do think this is something to keep on the radar. At the very least uh from there i think inflation's not as bad as it's going to be.

Yet i think you look at inflation right now, seven point four: eight percent and you're underestimated by probably three four five percent. Today i went to mcdonald's right. I went to mcdonald's and i got myself a double quarter: pounder and fries and uh a diet right great meal tasty. There that'll hold me over for a good part of the day that meal costed drastically more than it would have six months ago and i'll tell you what it's not seven percent greater.

It's not seven percent greater inflation. The cpi data is not illustrating enough. How much of an impact this is gon na have on the broad economy? I probably believe that.

By Trey

21 thoughts on “These numbers don’t look good…”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Thomas Barrack says:

    Know what sucks…..60% of inflation is corporate greed. They increased prices even higher than inflation couldn justify because they knew they had inflation as a cover to do so. This has been documented and even recorded in earnings calls. Many of these companies had record profits this year, yet they said they needed to increase prices for inflation…..it's ridiculous. The meat industry was increasing prices 2% a month for 12 months until the administration commented and then what do you know, prices dropped 2% the next month. Most of this I flatiron Is kayfabe, it's artificial. Criminal.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Temple Stocks says:

    Black, and vanguard recalled their shares. They are not lending them out anymore. 100% utilization now for 3rd straight day. Large banks and funds have tightened their lending policies. Hedgehogs are now being backed into a corner.
    Central banks to embark on largest quantitative tightening in history, coming from Morgan Stanley.
    Melvin capital under investigation by the DOJ… now citadel won’t help them anymore…. They are getting closer to that eventual margin call , forcing them to cover and the squeeze will start

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Wild West says:

    yeah thanks to dems/joey shutting down the economy for so many months we are seeing the lagging major effects of the inflation from that. Just the virus as a whole has majorly disrupted supply chains and causing this inflation its going to get worse

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Iliveintherealworld says:

    Nation vs. Nation Wars are old tactics. Civil wars are the new tactic. But through the internet the people have all the knowledge and first hand accounts of happenings. The old age is over. Freedom of Information and the rise of the People is the new age. Embrace it.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Zachary Hazard says:

    McDonalds will hold me over for good portion of the day- continues to stuff face with food throughout the video. Nasty.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Antonio Ramirez Jr says:

    In 1982 Crim Jamer was still doing the poopy in his little diappie wippies 🤢

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Bad Hombres says:

    Hey dickhead, you should have gone to Wendy's instead of McDonald's. duh.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Blake Eyster says:

    Gov’s failing all over the world. Especially in US… they need a diversion away from a crumbling economy, society, infrastructure, and on and on. They are tyrannical af these days. So, if we stir up something with Russia… it’s a “Hey dummy, look here look here!!! 🤡🤡🤡”

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars M D says:

    You seem to be using a lot of words and not saying very much and are you eating while you're talking?

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Charles osborne says:

    Don't know if you been following certian things but they've said transfer of wealth in the news over last couple years a1m13c3=17 I'm hodling

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Chris Fisher says:

    It's those democrat presidents, they always spend more than they have, they are liberal, with YOUR money!

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars HextroBizmo says:

    companies are reporting record profits from all kinds of sectors and using inflation to raise prices as the excuse. Its BS that CEOs anc companies are making 50% + more than the past few years and blaming inflation vs just admitting GREED

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars snowbumm100 says:

    CPI is not telling the whole story. Another stocktuber I watch broke down some of the data for specific sectors and “food” was listed around a measly 1%…. BULLSHIT MAN LOL WHERES MY 5$ FOOTLONG

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Phil Halz says:

    $200 for a hand basket at wegmans not even a cart. $300 use to fill an entire large cart and feed a family of four. I live by myself and to do some real shopping its gonna cost me around $300 and not even fill up the cart

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars los jpv los says:

    All that money trump gave out in 2020 and everyone staying home saving up that money ,that money gets put to use in 2021 to 2022 supply and demand everyone working covid dying out corporate greed and and bottlenecks at the ports cost goes up ..now get ready for that Recession apes.

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars CM Digital Consulting says:

    FJB let’s go Brandon. This idiot administration Shut down all the pipelines and made us energy dependent on opec again. Great job with this self manufactured inflation. They are destroying our country

  17. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Iowa Bassman says:

    If we use the metrics from 1981 to calculate inflation it's really more like 18-20% inflation.

  18. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Benjamin Kravetz says:

    Trey good stuff. Dont quit vaping and start dipping my friend. I smoked for 15 years. The cravings and feelings will pass

  19. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ranger says:

    Dude you can't use those older dates. They changed the way they calculate inflation. It's way WAY worse. Look into it.

  20. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars W B says:

    There are 100 stocks that would squeeze sky high IF big money obeyed the law… but they dont…stocks run up…YouTube lights up…people pile on call option…boom..price drops..over and over and over the same thing and people just keep biting the hook….THEY MOVE THE PRICE WHEREVER THEY WANT IT…T.A…. short interest…utilization..cost to borrow….it means nothing…they control the price…they cheat..right out in the open..nobody does anything… it's fuckin sickening

  21. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars gumbesays says:

    Each one of those periods of pain democrats we're in office Reagan obomba Clinton Biden and so on. Just saying

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