PANIC!!! Or…. Buy??
In this week’s stock market review, we will address the sudden drop in stock prices that hit investors over the past week as fear over COVID and the Fed emerged as key points of concern for traders. As part of our review, we will isolate each event, separate fact vs. fiction, and then lay out a roadmap to help clients navigate the market going forward.
- The new variant has a scary name, but the bark appears worse than the bite
- Evidence is piling up that inflation has peaked
- After a month of brutal selling, some technology names appear attractive
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