Is Crypto Dead? Some advisors are thinking the whole sector may be going the way of the buffalo, but Danny’s not so sure. The shop talks High-Yield Bonds, digs into the Mailbag, and jump into Semiconductors before reviewing 5 leisure stocks you might want to avoid if you’re seeking stability in 2023.
In this video for educational purposes only, Danny Stewart, Don Vandenbord, Michael Ramos, Ted Zhang, and Connor Bates host The Your Money Video Podcast + Live Trading and Watchlist Stocks to Study.
0:00 – Is Crypto Dead?
3:00 – This Week In the News
9:00 – High-Yield Bonds
15:00 – Bonds on the Charts
20:30 – Listener Questions in the Revere Mailbag
40:00 – Semiconductor Stocks
45:00 – Celsius & Goldman-Sachs
53:00 – Eyeing the Housing Sector
01:00:00 – Stocks to Watch This Week
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