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You Need A Trust, The Fed, Housing & Diddy
Episode 2232nd April 2024 • The Higher Standard • Chris Naghibi & Saied Omar
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Friends, please make sure your financial seat backs and tray tables are in their full upright position because we are about to tell you why you need a trust. Make sure your economic seat belt is securely fastened and all carry-on luggage is stowed underneath the seat in front of you like Diddy sneaking through customs or in the overhead bins like his drug mule.

➡️ We are going to dive in to the last Fed meeting, the impact to the rate environment and talk to you about how it impacts you in the near future. Then, even though home prices rose 2.4 times faster than inflation since 1960s, new home prices are now down 20% and THS is here to tell you why.

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Resources:

Top takeaways from Jerome Powell’s FOMC press conference (Yahoo! Finance via Instagram)

The FED Reserve posts record loss of $114 billion in 2023 (Yahoo! Finance via Instagram)

A rush of money has hit US corporate bond markets in 2024 (Mohamed El-Erian via LinkedIn)

Average rate for U.S. savings accounts (Chart of the Day via Instagram)

Home prices rose 2.4 times faster than inflation since 1960s (CNBC via Instagram)

New home prices are now down 20% (Kobeissi Letter via X)

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