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As equities trudge toward the end of Q3, 2022 has proven to be an unpredictable and unpleasant year for retail investors.
Data shows Americans are ill-prepared for retirement. For those who are prepared, ensuring that rising costs and looming recessions don’t implode their streams of income isn’t easy.
After touching the 200-day moving average on Aug. 16, the S&P has sold off, shedding over 3% since.
Through its bottom on June 16 when the S&P 500 shed over 23%, it’s since recovered around 17% … or more than 74% of its loss.
For the first time ever, the average price of a new car is $48k. A new EV averages $66k and a used car is over $33k.
As the recession debate tug of war continues, we received good inflation news Wednesday morning, and the markets immediately took note.
Over the past month, the Nasdaq is up over 13%, the Dow is up 5.35% and the S&P 500 is up 7.61%.
We recently polled our readers about what worries them the most in 2022. The prevailing answer was telling: Over 30% listed out-of-control inflation as their foremost concern.
Although remaining predominantly bearish, investor sentiment improved for a third consecutive week.
For the past several months, the market landscape has been murky at best. But investors can position themselves into current weakness by emulating corporate America.
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