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The Big Interview with Buck Klintworth on Money Life with Chuck Jaffe

Apr 27, 2022 | Market Commentary, News

Buck Klintworth, Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Chase Investment Counsel was recently interviewed on Money Life with Chuck Jaffe.

Buck discussed both fundamentals and technicals of the market. Are the fundamentals putting pressure on the technicals to go in any specific direction or is the volatility that is being seen the technicals kind of holding the day against all of the exogenous events?

Listen to the full Interview below.

 

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