What Does a Market Bottom Look Like
In this week’s stock market update, we will review the ongoing selloff in stock prices over the past month, the specific investor concerns leading to lower prices, and where and when we believe we’ll see a recovery in stocks moving forward. We will also review the different options that investors have during a correction and what paths have, historically, led to ideal outcomes.
- Stocks across the board are significantly oversold from a historical perspective. These are moments to buy, not sell.
- Investor sentiment is the most bearish since March of 2020. That was a time to buy, not to sell
- The economy and inflation appear to be slowing, which should lead to a slower rise in interest rates
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