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The Week in Charts | Charlie Bilello

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  • The Week in Charts (02/18/24)

    00:00 Intro
    00:12 Topics
    01:03 Inflation Coming in Hot (CPI Report)
    04:57 Skyrocketing Car Insurance Rates (Progressive $PGR)
    06:19 Rate Cuts Pushed Back (Fed Policy)
    09:34 Nvidia Surpasses Google & Amazon ($NVDA, $GOOGL, $AMZN)
    12:56 Consumer Concerns (Retail Sales Report)
    15:38 Half off Sale on Used Teslas
    20:34 Narrowing Trade Deficit
    22:37 Borrowing Money to Pay Interest (Debt/Deficit)
    24:33 Higher Wages, Lower Food Inflation

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  • After a short hiatus, Bilello is back!

    The Week in Charts (03/01/24)

    The most important charts and themes in markets, including...
    00:00 Intro
    00:11 Topics
    00:57 All News Is Good News
    05:59 Another Strong Earnings Season
    08:15 Home Depot: Stock Surges on Earnings Decline?
    09:28 Higher Home Prices, Lower Affordability
    14:18 Higher Incomes Driving Continued Expansion
    15:49 Bond Bear Market Continues
    18:26 Fed Cuts Pushed Back to June
    22:59 More Affordable Rents

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  • The Week in Charts (03/08/24)

    The most important charts and themes in markets, including...
    00:00 Intro
    00:18 Topics
    01:10 Here Comes the FOMO
    09:20 March 2009 Low: 15-Year Anniversary
    11:53 Digital and Physical Gold Rush
    17:19 Spending Like Drunken Sailors
    22:51 Rising Household Debt Burden
    27:29 38 Consecutive Months of Jobs Growth
    33:18 Labor Market Loosening
    24:42 Rising Wages, Falling Inflation

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  • The Week in Charts (03/15/24)

    The most important charts and themes in markets, including...
    00:00 Intro
    00:16 Topics
    01:24 Active Managers Go All-In
    06:27 Pricing in a Perfect Future
    13:34 Stubborn Inflation = No Fed Cut
    27:20 The End of Negative Interest Rates
    30:13 What is Debt and What is Growth?
    33:55 Bitcoin ETF Boom
    38:15 Why You Need to Invest
    40:25 The Path to Prosperity

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  • The Week in Charts (03/22/24)

    The most important charts and themes in markets, including...
    00:00 Intro
    00:10 Topics
    00:50 The Fed's 2% Inflation Farce
    09:59 Japan Ends Negative Rate Era
    13:42 One of the Best Starts to a Year
    20:12 The Reddit IPO
    22:58 Bitcoin Pullback
    25:00 Apple Monopoly?
    26:53 Most Unaffordable Housing Market in History
    29:09 Increase in New Listings

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  • The Week in Charts (03/29/24)

    The most important charts and themes in markets, including...
    00:00 Intro
    01:14 Topics
    01:52 Biggest Q1 Surprises
    02:13 One of the Best Starts to a Year
    07:51 Enormous Eight Divergence
    12:57 Higher Growth, Higher Inflation, But Still 3 Cuts (Fed)
    23:33 Biggest Surprise From Here?
    26:13 Smooth Sailing
    31:49 Signs of Froth?
    43:32 Cuckoo for Cocoa
    47:48 The Housing Affordability Gap
    57:40 The Power of Dollar-Cost Averaging

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  • edited April 17
    The Week in Charts (04/12/24)

    The most important charts and themes in markets, including...
    00:00 Intro
    00:18 Topics
    00:57 Inflation Heating Up
    08:43 The Most Absurd # in CPI
    10:53 See You in September (Fed Cut Pushed Back)
    17:28 The Higher For Longer Impact
    20:59 The Start of a Correction?
    27:24 Correlation ≠ Returns
    30:53 Reversion to the Meme
    32:54 Fast Food Isn't Cheap Anymore
    37:13 Rising Donations

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  • I really enjoy these weekly posts. Thank you for continuing to post them. I'm going to start paying closer attention to "7) Reversion to the Meme" on the expectation of new entries.
  • @Mark,

    I'm glad that you enjoy The Week in Charts.
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