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Apr 7, 2022

Kathy Boyle, president of Chapin Hill Advisors, says she expects the stock market to go through a "very bad period" ahead, the result of a recession that she thinks is brewing right now, a hunch that is supported by an inverted yield curve, high inflation and other conditions. As a result, she says investors don't want to hold long-maturity bonds, and need to be careful about dividend-focused funds and broad market exposure. Also on the show, Tom Lydon of says that the JETS ETF has the potential to give investors a nice takeoff and a soft landing, Matt Schulz of LendingTree discusses what taxpayers are planning to do with any refunds they receive this year, and retirement expert Anne Lester -- the former head of retirement solutions for JPMorgan Asset Management -- talks about how long-term investors might adjust portfolios and strategies now, without letting current events completely take over and messing things up.