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Up until this point, it felt like we were living in two separate economic universes. A “real” one, where people struggled with rampant inflation, supply shortages, and soaring prices for food, gas, energy, and housing; as well as a “parallel” one, where financial markets were bracing for a swift return to normalcy and expecting companies to report perfect earnings results. Now, we’re clearly seeing investors' fantasies being shattered. Our economic reality has become way too oppressive, and hopes for brighter days are being turned into deception. 
Last month, the stock market has benefited from what experts call “a bear market rally,” - when stocks climb higher for a brief period within a longer-term downward trend. Although many believed the worst was behind us, and that things were starting to fall back into place, the outlook for a deep recession seems to be crushing optimistic predictions for next year. In fact, as Alba Puerro, trader and co-founder of SalaParaTraders, notes, the U.S. Federal Reserve is now pointing to the highest odds of a recession in the next 12 months at 45%, the highest on record. "If the Fed sees a 45% chance of a recession, the probability is clearly much higher," highlights the analyst. 
We are actually entering what could be seen as the second stage of the “great unraveling,” when a selloff in stocks reignites and dropping real estate values combine to create a major collapse in asset prices as the reality of a severe economic recession starts to sink in. Given that the S&P 500 ballooned by 113% over the past two years from its market bottom recorded on March 2020, it’s safe to say that the correction in stocks is nowhere near its end. Rates have gone from 0% to 4% in a span of only nine months. Now, they’re currently standing at the highest level in 15 years, and that was enough to trigger the worst selloff the market has seen since September. The second phase of the drag down in equities is being driven by a free-fall in corporate earnings as economic activity shrinks in a lagged response to rate increases, explains author and professional investor Danielle Ecuyer. "The more earnings fall as the economy splutters, the more stock prices will decline," she says.
Wells Fargo strategist Chris Harvey wrote in a new note: "We expect 2023 to be a back-and-forth year, with double-digit sell-offs driven by Fed and economic concerns". According to Morgan Stanley Chief Investment Officer Mike Wilson, the bear market is not over. "We've got significantly lower lows if our earnings forecast is correct," he revealed. If we’re talking about a return to normal valuation levels, the market would have to go down by almost 60% from where it sits currently, argues the financial expert who called the 2000 and 2008 market downturns. For the Nasdaq, that would be equal to a total loss of almost 91%, says John Hussman, the president of the Hussman Investment Trust.
Everyone could tell the stock market was in a historic bubble that would explode as interest rates started to rise. What we didn’t know was how much chaos the comedown would bring. The bear market doesn’t run on a controlled schedule, but interest rates certainly do. With a new series of rate hikes expected in 2023, the stock market seems to be falling off a cliff so steep that we still cannot see the bottom. This downfall is going to be a brutal one, and the whole financial world is starting to see it. 

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In this video we talked about the based on predictions from the Office for Budget Responsibility, Jeremy Hunt declared that the UK is currently experiencing a recession. The watchdog predicts that GDP will rise by 4.2% this year, drop by 1.4% in 2023, then rise by 1.3%, 2.6%, and 2.7% over the following three years.

The report predicts that inflation will be 9.1% this year, 7.4% the following year, and then abruptly decline in the middle of the year after that.
They assert, according to Chancellor Hunt, that starting in the middle of the following year, the inflation rate will fall sharply as a result of their current actions. They conclude that the UK is currently going through a recession, just like other countries.
However, the Bank of England has issued a warning that the UK is experiencing its longest recession since records have been kept and has increased interest rates by the most in 33 years.

It foresaw a "very challenging" two-year downturn for the UK and predicted that by 2025, unemployment would have nearly doubled.

Bank CEO Andrew Bailey stated that UK households face a "tough road ahead," but added that unless strong action is taken now, things "will be worse later on."

It caused the largest increase in interest rates since 1989, from 2.25% to 3%.

The bank is attempting to lower skyrocketing prices as the cost of living increases at the fastest rate in 40 years by raising rates.

The Ukraine war has increased the cost of food and energy, which has put many households in a difficult situation and begun to hurt the economy.

When a nation's economy contracts for two consecutive quarters of three months, it is said to be in a recession.

Usually, businesses make less money, wages decline, and unemployment increases. As a result, the government collects less tax revenue to fund public services like healthcare and education.

The Bank previously predicted that the UK would enter a recession at the end of this year and that it would last through the entirety of the following year.

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Grocery prices have become a huge source of anxiety for many American families these days. We're clearly seeing that the current rate of price increases is reaching far higher levels than the official rate of food inflation suggests. While government officials tell us that we're paying around 15% more on groceries, some staple products have faced spikes of over 100% this year.
For instance, a report by Quartz exposes that the price of oats is actually rising faster than the price of oil on global markets. No wonder why store-brand oatmeal prices went from $1.99 to $3.99. Strained oat supplies will continue to push prices up in the year ahead, says one of the world’s largest oat milk producers Oatly. Similarly, due to the cost increase of primary supplies for carton boxes for transport, fertilizers, machinery, and labor shortages at farms, pineapples saw a huge jump in costs over the past two years, going up in price by a staggering 78% since 2020. Adding an aluminum shortage to the mix, the cost of canned pineapples skyrocketed from $0.79 per can to $2.22, marking a 120% surge in 24 months. Countries like Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines, which produce 75% of the world’s pineapples have faced a year of record drought, floodings, and pests, and lower supplies indicates that prices can only go in one direction.
Likewise, given that the cost of refined flour is going through the roof, a convenient and easy-to-make dish is doubling in price in many supermarkets. Unfortunately, there’s no relief in sight for skyrocketing flour prices, and customers are already noticing its impact ripple through the cost of many of their favorite foods. On a Facebook group, shopper Guinevere M said: “The other day I went to buy a pack of ramen that used to be 25 cents. Great meal saver on a night before a paycheck hits. Can always find a quarter. I hadn’t bought any in a while and almost passed out to see it was now 45 cents. Can I still find 45 cents? Sure, but it just captures the whole problem. Prices didn’t jump; they did an Olympic pole vault."
And farmers, food makers, and retailers are all warning us that a wide range of grocery products are about to get even more expensive in 2023. As it turns out, the surge in consumer prices wasn't "transitory" after all. And a series of events that continued to impact our food supply chains throughout the entire year are making the outlook for the next few months even more disturbing than it already is right now.
After two years of persistent price oscillations, American consumers really do deserve some good news to start the new year on a good note. But many may agree that honesty is worth more than false hope, and while our leaders continue to deny the seriousness of the problems U.S. families are facing, we have a commitment to our audience to always bring the news no one else seems to be talking about. We firmly believe that the best way of preparing to cope with these wild price swings is to get ahead of the hikes before they begin to ripple though the system, that's why today, we listed 20 grocery items that are set to face significant increases in the near future, according to food industry experts.

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2023 HOME PRICES:

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are a “Federally Backed Mortgage Company,” who buys and guarantees loans made by lenders and banks.

However, throughout the last year - both inflation and home prices have increased - and, as a result, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s Loan Limits go up, to the tune of 12%, which - equates to an extra $79,000 that buyers can borrow.

As The WallStreetJournal says, “The higher limit means borrowers can qualify for bigger loans without needing to take out jumbo mortgages, which aren’t federally backed and have more-stringent requirements for income, credit and down payments”…

And, the chief economist of Redfin says that “the new cap opens up a whole new set of homes for buyers to consider that may have previously exceeded their budget for a monthly mortgage payment” - so, for $30,000 - THEORETICALLY, you could be the proud new owner of a million dollar home.

In terms of whether or not this is a repeat of 2008: No. Even though prices have seen a SIMILAR run-up throughout the last 2 years…most of that was caused by historically low interest rates, and buyers are still VERY qualified in terms of what they’re allowed to purchase.

For example, today, buyers are required to have a certain amount saved for a down payment, maintain a strict debt-to-income ratio, verify employment, and go through a rigorous credit check.

That is A STARK difference from the days of no money down, stated-income financing…and, sure - loan limits increasing might put SOME additional upward pressure on housing prices…but, nowhere near the extent of what we saw more than a decade ago.


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THE NEXT RECESSION:

EVERYTHING BECOMES LESS EXPENSIVE
The way I see it - even though one person might think: “This is a bad time to invest…my stocks are down 30%” - a WEALTHY person would see this as an OPPORTUNITY to buy those exact same companies…for a 30% discount.

LESS COMPETITION
The fact is, when times are difficult - companies scale back, they fold, they conserve cash, and they play it safe - but, this opens the door for more aggressive, smaller companies to stand out and take their place.

MORE OPPORTUNITY.
In a way, a recession is the markets way of “Weeding out the weak," giving opportunities to newer, smaller people and businesses to develop.

AFTER EVERY BEAR MARKET…COMES A BULL MARKET.
As Yahoo Finance points out, “historically, the S&P 500 has fallen an average of 29% around a recession with a median drop of 24%” - but, once stocks have found their low…the average return the following year is 40%…and, within two years…the market has increased by 58%.

In terms of what to do:

One, Scale Back On Your Expenses.
This means that you track your income, cut back on the unnecessary spending, and operate “lean” while you continue re-investing on a regular basis. It should also include a plan to outline what you would do if your income drops 20-50%, how you would make up that difference, and if you can take preventative measures - AHEAD OF TIME, to protect yourself from this happening.

Two, Hold Some Cash.
I’m a firm believer that, even though your money is statistically BEST OFF invested as soon as possible…there is the peace of mind of having a cash position, at all times, to take advantage of any opportunities that may come up.

Three, Protect your career.
This, at the end of the day, is going to be your BEST HEDGE against whatever happens…after all, your worst case scenario, financially, isn’t a market going down…it’s a market that goes down, during a time where you lose your job, and can’t afford to hold your investments long enough for them to recover. NOW is the time to IMPROVE yourself, learn new skills, double down on everything, and use that your advantage.

Four, ONLY INVEST LONG TERM
Generally, it’s best not to invest any money that you might need in the next 5 years…and, preferably, even longer. The best course is action - when it comes to investing - is not to do anything different, and carry on as usual. Its shown dollar cost averaging, or the practice of buying into the market at regular intervals over the long term - is the most profitable investing strategy. So, stay in the markets…and continue buying in.

And Five, DIVERSIFY YOUR INVESTMENTS.
If you personally can’t handle a 20% drop in prices without panicking…then, maybe, you’re invested too aggressively. For instance, if you’re completely in US tech stocks, look into adding large cap and international stocks into the mix. Or, potentially look into investing in real estate, where rents tend to be a little more stable. The more legs your portfolio has to stand on, the less likely it’ll collapse if one or two of them decline.

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