Chip Shortage Interview with Paul Meeks CNBC
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Chip Shortage Causes Top Tech Investor Paul Meeks To Stop Putting New Money To Work in FAANG Names

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Investment Committee Member Paul Meeks, CFA, CAIA, is on CNBC’s Trading Nation to discuss the chip shortage issue and how he intends to respond to the issue at hand. Paul explains that the chip shortage might run into 2023 and, as of right now, will stop putting new money into FAANG Names such as Apple. Watch the full interview below.

If you liked this interview, check out Paul’s recent interview with Cheddar News. Paul discusses the Metaverse and the chipmaker race to get into the new technology.

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