December 2022 Update – The State of the Economy with David Czerniecki

In this episode of That Annuity Show, David Czerniecki, Chief Investment Officer for Nassau, shares his latest perspective on the economy, including the following topics:

  • Gas Prices and Inflation
  • Interest Rates
  • Market Volatility
  • Supply Chain Issues
  • Digital Currencies

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2:30 – Gas Prices
4:10 – Market Downturn
7:00 – Supply Chain Issues
8:45 – Digital Currency Market
10:30 – Interest Rates
11:30 – Inflation
13:00 – Market Volatility

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The Swing of Market Volatility

But I do think we have a period volatility ahead. But I think you’re starting to see it, and it will, as we come through, look a lot more like the rate market that, over my 30 year plus years, I grew up with where it did move around a bit and there was some amount of volatility. I think it’s high now. I think it was too low before. So the pendulum swung from side to side and we’re going to find the middle here.


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Anthony LaRosaDecember 2022 Update – The State of the Economy with David Czerniecki