Mike Giordano on WYFF News 4 talking about inflation and the markets.
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The persistent increase in inflation is concerning to many people. Financial Advisor Mike Giordano was live on WSPA-TV to talk about the causes of today’s inflation and how to best handle rising prices.
We have major storylines the markets are working through. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, fed rate hikes and on-going inflation concerns especially in the energy and commodities sectors.
The market’s wall of worries continues to grow. So, how should you think about your investments in this environment?
Investing most always requires working through uncertainty. But, we’re getting an extra dose right now with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Let’s use history as a guide for navigating this moment.