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Mar 19, 2021

Markus Schomer, chief economist at Pinebridge Investments, agrees with the many observers who expect a booming economy as the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end, but he says that once the stimulus stops what will be left is an economy that is less productive with a lower long-term sustainable growth rate. While he doesn't expect runaway inflation or dramatically higher interest rates, digesting the growth will lead to weaker equity markets down the line. Also on the show, John Miller, head of municipals at Nuveen, discusses the surprisingly strong financial position that states and communities are in as the pandemic winds down, Ken Berman of Gorilla Trades gives his technical take on the market and John Barr of the Needham Growth and Needham Aggressive Growth funds talks stocks in the Market Call.