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VOO: Q3 Earnings Season Is Likely To Be Fantastic

Oct. 05, 2021 3:25 PM ETVanguard S&P 500 ETF (VOO)1 Comment
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  • Q3 earnings season is likely to shift to a more fundamentally driven market narrative, relying less on yields.
  • Macroeconomic data during Q3 has been strong, increasing the likelihood for earnings beating consensus analyst estimates.
  • Market participants have to carefully watch and assess the potential economic fallout from Evergrande, as it could cause intermediate downside volatility.

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Vanguard S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:VOO) is likely to move higher as Q3 earnings season begins in a few weeks. Markets current overemphasis on yields is expected to abate as the yield narrative shifts away to

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BSc in Business & Economics.I am an avid follower of markets and mainly write long analyses of equities. Particularly interested in macroeconomics, geopolitics, and applying a topdown-view of markets. Specialized in analyzing market share and potential monopolistic, duopolistic, and oligopolistic market scenarios.andreas.repeta@eastinvest.org

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Comments (1)

moseharper profile picture
Volatility has been the pattern for some time, no thanks to the possibility of an increase in income taxes, capital gains treatment, elimination of the step-up in inherited assets, etc. as well as inflation fears, Covid, and, as mentioned, the Evergrande situation. Still, even with this scenario and a pattern of large daily swings in the markets, optimism is still present. VOO is a good choice to ride this out and hold on to in the long run.
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