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How To Get A Perfect Credit Score, Inflation & Shelter
Episode 22012th March 2024 • The Higher Standard • Chris Naghibi & Saied Omar
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In this "The Higher Standard" episode, Chris, Saied, and Haroon mix humor with economic deep dives. They cover building a top credit score and analyze S&P 500's performance via Bloomberg. Next, they tackle CNBC's report on the Fed's latest inflation measure. They then explore SuperCore Inflation with The Kobeissi Letter and tackle rent inflation's mysteries with the Washington Post. Plus, they dissect dire predictions of a $34 trillion debt crisis and rising mortgage rates from Fortune. Join them for a blend of laughs and insights in today's financial seas.

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S&P 500 Sector Performance (Bloomberg)

Key Fed inflation measure rose 0.4% in January as expected, up 2.8% from a year ago (CNBC)

Core services less shelter inflation is a key metric that the Fed follows, also known as SuperCore Inflation (The Kobeisissi Letter via X)

Rent is driving inflation. But there’s something off in the data (Washington Post)

Pending homes sales are officially back below 2008 levels in the US (The Kobeissi Letter via X)

Hotshot Wharton professor sees $34 trillion debt triggering 2025 meltdown as mortgage rates spike above 7%: ‘It could derail the next administration’ (Fortune) 

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