Mar 1, 2022
Marty Fridson, chief investment officer at Lehmann Livian Fridson Advisors, says that the war in Ukraine has become integrated along with other concerns -- most notably heightened inflation -- which may not stop the Federal Reserve from going ahead with planned interest rate hikes this month, but make it likely that any rate moves will be smaller and more controlled. Mish Schneider, director of trading education at MarketGauge.com says that while the stock market has been volatile throughout the first few days of fighting, she expects it to be stuck in a range for a while as the situation plays out and while the potential fallout remains murky. She sees long-term opportunities, but urges caution now. Also on the show, Rod Griffin of Experian explains how 'credit invisibles' now have more and different tools (such as Experian Go) to help build credit and get on the radar screen of the credit bureaus and establish a personal history, and Lance Canon of Hood River Capital Management talks about investing in small-cap stocks during the Market Call.