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Mar 22, 2021

Martin Fridson, chief investment officer at Lehmann Livian Fridson Advisors says he expects the Federal Reserve will get inflation up to its target of 2 percent, but that investors shouldn't expect much more than that despite the inflationary impact of economic stimulus, because there isn't rising pressure on wages that would be necessary to take inflation to problematic levels. Fridson discussed where he is turning to for yield now. Also on the show, Matt Hougan of BitWise Investments answers audience questions on bitcoin investing, Kyle Guske of New Constructs discusses a mutual fund with a stylle problem and a penchant for dangerous stocks, and Chris Krumenacker of Bryn Mawr Trust talks stocks in the Market Call.