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Equities Are Breaking Out, As Chip Stocks Kill-off Recession Talk
Equities are breaking out, and based on the commentary from chip companies; it's hard to believe a recession is coming.

Equities Are Breaking Out, As Chip Stocks Kill-off Recession Talk

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Weekly Podcast for October 25

Stock mentions: INTC, TSM, TER, LRCX, NXPI, FCX

Macro mentions: SPY, ACWI, ACWX,

MICHAEL KRAMER AND THE CLIENTS OF MOTT CAPITAL OWN NXPI

Here is your weekly podcast for the week of ending October 25. You can listen to the podcast while reviewing the slides by clicking the orange button, in the upper left-hand corner of the image below.

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Investing.com – A Massive Stock Market Break Out May Be Near If History Proves Correct

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-Mike

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