What the Market Overlooked in 2022 | ITK with Cathie Wood

On episode 38 of “In the Know,” (January 6, 2023) ARK CEO/CIO, Cathie Wood, weighs in on M2 growth, import vs. export impact on GDP, “peak oil”, and bitcoin. Additionally, she shares facts and figures associated with innovation in 2022.

As always, she discusses fiscal policy, monetary policy, market signals, economic indicators, and innovation. We hope you find this monthly series useful, especially during periods of heightened volatility. Stay Healthy. Stay Innovative.

00:47 – Intro
02:12 – Fiscal Policy
05:18 – Monetary Policy
12:41 – Economic Indicators
21:52 – Market Signals
36:44 – Innovation

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30 gedachten over “What the Market Overlooked in 2022 | ITK with Cathie Wood”

  1. agree on your stance on inflation. There is some price gouging going on with companies jumping on inflation train raising prices while they can using inflation as an excuse.

  2. Just do something that will earn you money while you sleep, no matter how little. A pandemic is the perfect way to open your eyes to really see what life will really be like without your real income stream and everyone will have to stay at home

  3. The DJIA closed out the year at -8.8%
    The S&P 500 finished the year -19.4 at the end of 2022.
    The NASDAQ finished up at -33.1%
    QQQ closed out at -29.47.

    Meanwhile, ARKK finished up at -63.39%.
    The market didn't overlook anything, Cathie. You did.

  4. I would love to hook up for a drink at Janice landings sometime

  5. What about what Katie Woods has over looked over the past couple of years? Dwindling assets under management for ARK funds says it all

  6. We took a picture last year in fort davis, I described the photo to DALL-E 2 and the end result was almost identical to the one we took.

  7. Ark Investment – > Market are overlooking because of bunch of stupid investors.
    Ark investment philosophy primarily depended on money printing rather than fundamentals. Which makes them is speculative investors. Not a long term investors. Majority of investment is down 70, 80% it will take another 5 years to get back to the level. Will she be around that time?

  8. Dr. Burzynski is curing cancer for 40 years already in the USA and nobody heard about him because of Big Pharma

  9. Cathie has no macro understanding of the effects of the fed draining liquidity and rising fed funds rates. I think she means well, but she is overly optimistic of the economic situation. consumers are broke, personal debt at record highs, foreign countries going through recessions, imports and exports plummeting, manufacturing slowing, services sector slowing, new house starts down, mortgage applications down, companies starting to layoff, and she is talking about COLA…. Haha.

  10. Cathie is just one of those people who will never admit that she is wrong. She just held a losing portfolio through a bear market and got destroyed. Her opinion isn't just worthless, it's catastrophically dangerous.

  11. Just love these reports. SO much knowledge and insight. Very grategul.

  12. Where I live every fast food joint–selling garbage food for $40 a bag–had lines going around the corner. When people on welfare can't afford Wendy's, iphones, and salon nails, then I will believe there is a downturn. Housing needs to fall 80% to pre-2019 levels.

  13. The market keeps thinking we're about to enter a commodity cycle despite lots of evidence to the contrary – notably, record US oil production, long-term rapidly declining population growth and the renewable transition. "Value" investors will be wrong.

  14. The market overlooked how little cashflow ARKs holdings generate relative to the capsize so it only sent the etf down a little instead of what it will in 2023 👌

  15. Cathie, I'm about performance not hype or social following. Your funds have done horribly compared to funds such as "inverse katie". The funds are down and the schick of waiting it out for these " disruptors" to pull the company out of their decline is not in the cards. The best move in the last year has been to short you bets. That has paid well. Beside this, I think you suffer from "tunnel vision " in your investments and continue to make Jim Cramer style bad choices. Yes, this may sound harsh but this is my money I'm using and I need to see some kind of reward.

  16. This is the lady that thinks Bitcoin would go up to $500,000 by 2026. And people still listen to her

  17. Cathie, i'm proud. I think you bough a mic 🙂 great news, thank for everything!!!

  18. YOUR FUND!!! Lmao 😂 and will continue to do so for quite a while.

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