Resolute Investment Analyst Nick Raich Appears on CNBC

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CNBC | Commentary on Q3 Earnings, Economic Uncertainty, and Defensive Market Positions

Resolute Wealth Advisor Investment Committee Investment Analyst, Nick Raich, recently appeared on CNBC to discuss Q3 earnings and economic uncertainty. In a segment called “Q3 Earnings Watch: What Investors Should Know”, Raich discusses whether we’re in a 5% GDP economy, as some experts believe, or whether we can expect a recession by the end of the year, as other experts predict.

Raich offers insight on whether Big Tech offers the best defensive investments at the moment, as well as earnings trends to be aware of. He also shares his thoughts on where we can expect weaker market performance this quarter.

You can watch the full recorded interview segment here for more information.

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