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Retailer investors are better off in cash, says The Satori Fund's Dan Niles

Dan Niles, Satori Fund founder, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss stocks responding positively to cuts in earning expectations, the need for the U.S. economy to get wages under control, and where the Fed should be directing its focus. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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20 thoughts on “Retailer investors are better off in cash, says The Satori Fund's Dan Niles”

  1. Most times it amazes me greatly the way I moved from an average lifestyle to earning over 65k per month, utter shock is the word. I have understood a lot in the past few years and never to doubt the fact that opportunities abound in the financial markets, The only thing is to know where to focus.

  2. Good thing I know how to short the market so I don't have to keep my money in cash and lose it there as well by 8%, instead make 30-40% these guys aren't geniuses not even in the slightest. So if you pull your money out of the market because you think it's going down then why didn't you short it? What the difference in doing that and trying to guess a bottom now? Don't say it's because the market goes up 70% of the time, focus more on what are the percentages that it goes up in an inflationary market with interest rates going up? So now what is risky about shorting? Stock market goes down 100% of the time, in inflationary, rate increasing times, while cash is losing 8%. What's risky about shorting? Looks to me like being long and having money in cash is more risky than shorting.

  3. This is an amazing video and i enjoyed every bit of it. And i'm also excited to share my investment experience so far this year. I believe it will help a lot of people here who are confused on how to startup theirs and be productive for the year.

  4. I am trying to avoid making any new buys at this point in other not to get sucked into a bear market trap.It's tough making money in stocks when institutional investors are the driving force behind the selling.. although I read an article of people that grossed profits up to $150k during this crash, what are the best stocks to buy now or put on a watchlist?

  5. I personally cleared $230k of debt going aggressive in the other markets. Right now the markets are crazy but there are still hidden opportunities therein. Having monitored my portfolio performance return huge six figures from the last 2 quarters of last year, I have learned why the market will remain a money den for those who know where to look.

  6. With the media, its usually sad news. Nonetheless, dividends are what got me into investing in the stock market. The thing to me is, if you invest and have other income outside of dividends then you will be able to live off dividends without selling. Which means you can pass that on to your kids which will give them a leg up in life. Have over $730KK in my portfolio as I bought a lot of dividend stocks before, I'm buying more now, and I will buy more when it drops further.

  7. Why would you not get in the market on spy 348 today spy 370 two weeks later? You should be in the market fully invested with spy 348 and starting to pick out your winners and let your losers settle out.

  8. Can you – dribble a basketball while chewing gum and singing the Star Spangled Banner ? then Make that layup when you approach the basket ?
    Remain "deadly focused on the long term Bear" while trading the Rips and Dips.
    I try to watch the Dan Niles interviews several times. My mind grabs onto a thought – then misses the next one or two.
    Thank you Dan Niles – and CNBC!

  9. Thanks for the insight, but I'm still confused why Bitcoin and crypto prices keep dropping? This drop follows a number of other significant drops in recent weeks. I still hold enormous value of cryptos and it scares me. Whats your take on this?

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