Everyone Is DEAD WRONG About A Recession | Kevin O'Leary

Everyone Is DEAD WRONG About A Recession | Kevin O'Leary

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In a short interview with CNBC, Kevin O’Leary gave a contrarian view of what he’s seeing in the economy. The reasons for a recession seem endless; gas prices soaring, stock prices crashing, crypto prices down, supply chain issues, baby formula shortages, energy crisis, and the list can go on and on. The overall consensus from analysts, investors, and economists is that we are looking straight into the eyes of a recession. And some are even calling for a depression, but Kevin O’Leary doesn’t see it. As an avid investor with companies in 30 sectors, O’Leary claims that all the rhetoric about there being a recession is just FUD. According to Kevin, his companies are having a hard time keeping up with demand and business is booming. And there are massive opportunities in the market.
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THIS INTERVIEW WAS POSTED ON MAY 23, 2022
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I'm not worried about a classic recession, says Kevin O'Leary
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