Federal Reserve’s Latest Moves Explained

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The Rich Dad Channel

November 14, 2023

In the ever-changing financial landscape, uncertainty has loomed since the September Fed meeting. Back then, they hinted at another rate hike this year. But, things took a turn – Treasury yields surged, the 10-year yield breaking 5% last week. Now, some Fed voices are saying, “Hold on, maybe rates don’t need to climb higher.” It’s a financial dance, and understanding these moves is key to navigating the ever-shifting tides of the market.

“Understanding the Fed, interest rates, reverse repo markets, and other levers the Fed can manipulate, is key to success,” says Tanner.

Host Greg Arthur and Rich Dad Wealth Expert Andy Tanner discuss what the Fed’s latest moves mean to your wallet and the future of money.

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