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This will move the market this week...

This Tuesday/Wednesday pay attention to these live streams you won't want to miss it.

Tomorrow Jerome Powell speaks, (March 7th and on March 8th)

Ricky Gutierrez will be hosting a live session on YouTube during the speech to trade live, as we know every time Mr. Powell speaks it tends to move the market.

This is a big week for the FED regarding interest rates watch this video below to learn about what reports are coming up this week and what you need to be paying attention to...

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Why does changing interest rates matter to the stock market?

Changing interest rates can affect the stock market in several ways. Here are a few ways:

  1. Cost of Borrowing: When interest rates increase, the cost of borrowing money increases for companies. This can result in higher borrowing costs for companies, which can decrease their profits and cash flows. As a result, investors may sell stocks of those companies, leading to a decrease in the stock prices. Conversely, when interest rates decrease, the cost of borrowing decreases, leading to lower borrowing costs for companies and potentially higher profits, which can lead to an increase in stock prices.

  2. Investment Decisions: Investors may also change their investment decisions based on interest rates. When interest rates are low, investors may be more inclined to invest in stocks as they seek higher returns. However, when interest rates rise, investors may shift their investments from stocks to fixed-income securities such as bonds, which offer higher yields. This can lead to a decrease in demand for stocks and a decrease in stock prices.

  3. Economic Growth: Changes in interest rates can also impact the overall economic growth. When interest rates are low, it can stimulate borrowing and spending, which can lead to increased business activity and economic growth. This can lead to higher stock prices. Conversely, when interest rates rise, borrowing and spending can slow down, leading to lower economic growth, and potentially, lower stock prices.

Overall, changes in interest rates can have a significant impact on the stock market, as they can impact borrowing costs, investment decisions, and economic growth, all of which can influence stock prices.

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