Stock trading amid volatility, new lows, inflation and rising interest rates: Yahoo Finance UNCUT

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Yahoo Finance’s Jared Blikre talks with JC Parets, Founder & Chief Strategist at allstarcharts.com about everything from inflation, the fed, and market conditions to what it was like growing up in Miami.

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