1 hr 24 min

The Fed Admits They Were Wrong The Higher Standard

    • Entrepreneurship

Chris, Saied, and Haroon kick off this episode of The Higher Standard podcast with a look in to dive deep into what was once the hype around the Bilt credit card program. The Flashy Rent Credit Card was backed by Wells Fargo Bank and is costing them $10 million a month thanks to some poor business decisions. Sometimes when something sounds too good to be true, it is. And yes, even big, sophisticated banks can make bad decisions sometimes.
➡️ Even though Chris forgot his introduction in this week's show and Saied stole the show closing, they still managed to provide some economic insights on the Fed holding rates unchanged, what the CPI report means for you and what could potentially be the "mother of all layoffs."
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Wells Fargo Bet on a Flashy Rent Credit Card. It Is Costing the Bank Dearly. (Wall Street Journal)
Another more-of-the-same report on CPI rent (and OER) (Jay Parsons via X) 
The mother of all mass layoffs is coming (ZeroHedge via X) 
Buying conditions in the US housing market have collapsed (Game of Trades via X) 
⚠️ Disclaimer: Please note that the content shared on this show is solely for entertainment purposes and should not be considered legal or investment advice or attributed to any company. The views and opinions expressed are personal and not reflective of any entity. We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided, and listeners are urged to seek professional advice before making any legal or financial decisions. By listening to The Higher Standard podcast you agree to these terms, and the show, its hosts and employees are not liable for any consequences arising from your use of the content.

Chris, Saied, and Haroon kick off this episode of The Higher Standard podcast with a look in to dive deep into what was once the hype around the Bilt credit card program. The Flashy Rent Credit Card was backed by Wells Fargo Bank and is costing them $10 million a month thanks to some poor business decisions. Sometimes when something sounds too good to be true, it is. And yes, even big, sophisticated banks can make bad decisions sometimes.
➡️ Even though Chris forgot his introduction in this week's show and Saied stole the show closing, they still managed to provide some economic insights on the Fed holding rates unchanged, what the CPI report means for you and what could potentially be the "mother of all layoffs."
💥 Have you left your "honest ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️" review?
🏆 Sponsored By Transcend Company:
TRANSCEND your goals! With a telehealth physician directed personalized treatment plan you can get a PERSONALIZED PLAN for Peptide Therapy, Hormone Replacement Therapy, Cognitive Function, Sleep & Fatigue, Athletic Performance and MORE. Their online process and medical experts make it simple to find out what’s right for you.
✔️ Click the link and start today: http://www.transcendcompany.com/THSP
👕 THS MERCH: http://www.thspod.com
🔗 Resources:
Wells Fargo Bet on a Flashy Rent Credit Card. It Is Costing the Bank Dearly. (Wall Street Journal)
Another more-of-the-same report on CPI rent (and OER) (Jay Parsons via X) 
The mother of all mass layoffs is coming (ZeroHedge via X) 
Buying conditions in the US housing market have collapsed (Game of Trades via X) 
⚠️ Disclaimer: Please note that the content shared on this show is solely for entertainment purposes and should not be considered legal or investment advice or attributed to any company. The views and opinions expressed are personal and not reflective of any entity. We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information provided, and listeners are urged to seek professional advice before making any legal or financial decisions. By listening to The Higher Standard podcast you agree to these terms, and the show, its hosts and employees are not liable for any consequences arising from your use of the content.

1 hr 24 min