May 6, 2022
After the Fed raised rates by 0.5%, Derek and Laura discuss the recent market moves, and our nerd explains the lack of control investors can have in both the stock and bond markets.
FRED Economic Data, St. Louis: Money Market Funds; Total Financial Assets, Level
StrategicPoint Market Commentary: What’s Up With Current Market Volatility?
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