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Lyn Alden, Founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy, and Alfonso Peccatiello, Author of The Macro Compass, join Kitco News for a panel. They discuss whether we are in a recession, how to invest during a recession, labor market problems, and central bank digital currencies. They spoke with David Lin, Anchor and Producer at Kitco News.

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0:00 - Recession definition
5:21 - Asset allocation
9:04 - Macroeconomic outlook
13:24 - Labor markets
24:20 - The stock market
33:25 - Reducing and eliminating cash
37:58 - Real estate and inflation

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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst Extremely useful and valuable content. Lin's guests explain everything about inflation, recession, labour and stock markets, real estate, etc in a way that any person even not knowledgeable of economy terms can understand. It doesn't even matter at the end if we call this a technical recession or "not yet recession". The truth is that even if this time there are differences from former situations, it seems the economy and finances, the financial conditions, are there, with financial authorities trying to tighten everything, and it seems both inflation and recession will not be short. This and many more ideas which open our minds to what may be happening now, and how to prepare for it.