Skirting a Recession? | Bloomberg Surveillance 02/22/2023

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  3. The market trend can turn around very quickly. In fact, the indexes often switch from a bear market to a bull market when the news is at its worst and the mood of investors is at its lowest point. I read an article of people that grossed profits up to $150k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist?

  4. You will see white-collar layoffs continue as much as people are trying to suggest that it's because these companies over-employed. That may be the case currently; however, it will get worse. Once the band-aid is off, you will see the bleeding, and DEMAND will pull back. As Demand pulls back, that will impact blue-collar jobs. Smaller retail companies will have to lay off employees and that is when we will feel it the most.

    White Collar layoffs = Lower Demand for goods (people will substitute for cheaper goods if its a "NEED" and hold back on anything that is a "WANT") = Blue Collar Layoffs = More decline in demand = eventually pushing price down.

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