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Most Recent Data Shows A Large Withdrawal In Market Liquidity Underway

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  • Global growth in 2022 is likely to remain positive but will decelerate from 2021.
  • The Fed has moved from easing to tightening.
  • The market's new highs are being supported/led by a small number of technology stocks and defensives like utilities, REITs, and consumer staples.

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Base Case: Global growth in 2022 is likely to remain positive but will decelerate from 2021. Real GDP in 2021 will likely come in at a 5.6% growth rate and estimates for 2022 are 3.9%. The

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Chris graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Biochemistry from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He joined Financial Sense® Wealth Management in 2005 and is their current Chief Investment Officer. He is currently pursuing the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst. His professional designations include FINRA Series 7 and Series 66 Uniform Combined State Law Exam. He contributes articles and Market Observations to Financial Sense and members of the trading staff.

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