On Sticky Inflation, Recession, Rumors Of Credit Suisse Collapse & Headwinds For S-REITs


in Memos & Musings · 2 min read

The stock markets continue to be hit by a series of pessimistic news. Stubbornly high inflation, rumors of the fall of Credit Suisse, reports of a 98% – 100% chance of a recession, S-REITs hit by headwinds from rising rates.

Last week, we held a live Zoom sharing to do a quick market update and shared our views on the above events.

Key agenda addressed in the Zoom session:

  1. Understanding the current inflation situation and that CPI data lags the actual housing market
  2. Rumors over the collapse of Credit Suisse
  3. Near 100% probability of a global recession happening
  4. S-REITs & the headwinds arising from rising interest rates

If you missed the sharing session, catch the replay video below. You may also join our Telegram Channel to receive timely updates on our future sharing sessions.

About Hazelle

Chief trainer of The Moneyball Investors Playbook program and founder of The Joyful Investors, a financial education firm that seeks to help avid investors learn to invest better and make the journey a joyful one. I graduated with a first class honors in Bachelor of Accountancy from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and started my auditing career in one of the Big Four. I believe that once we know how to build our wealth sustainably, we can then live our best lives ever.

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