Be Careful What You Wish For; CPI Data Slams Stocks

Be Careful What You Wish For; CPI Data Slams Stocks

Broadcast on: September 20
Be Careful What You Wish For; CPI Data Slams Stocks


Today at 1 pm, Dan Nathan and Danny Moses will discuss:

  • The Fed meeting kicking off
  • Earnings cuts spooking the markets
  • Why Microsoft is the most important chart in the markets

Later, they are joined by Alf Peccatiello of The Macro Compass blog to discuss central banks around the world and the possibility of a credit crisis.


  • Founder

    Dan Nathan, Founder, RiskReversal

    Principal, RiskReversal@RiskReversalDan is the principal founder of RiskReversal Advisors, founded in 2016, RiskReversal Advisors offers consulting services to investment banks, investment advisors, and private companies.Dan has spent the better part of the last 25 years as an equity & options trader.In 2011, Dan founded, a service dedicated to educating equity investors to the alternative ways to express their views in the public markets, by detailing the uses of equity options to better define risk, enhance yield and make use of leverage in a cost-effective manner. Dan was a regular panelist on CNBC’s Options Action from 2009 through 2019, and has been a regular panelist on CNBC’s Fast Money since 2011.

  • Entrepreneur, Private Investor, Trader

    Danny Moses, Entrepreneur, Private Investor, Trader,


  • Author of the Macro Compass

    Alf Peccatiello, Author of the Macro Compass,

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