Why The Stock Market May Have Finally Bottomed


  • We're witnessing considerable volatility in the stock market as the FOMC decision approaches.
  • However, given all of the uncertainties, the Fed may take a more dovish approach in its tightening policy.
  • The Russian default probably won't occur, and it may not matter even if it does.
  • The stock market may be forming an intermediate-term bottom around here, and I'm doubling down in some badly beaten-down stocks.
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Digitally enhanced shot of a graph showing the ups and downs shares on the stock market

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As the Fed's decision on interest rates approaches, the S&P 500/SPX (SP500) and stocks, in general, are going through another volatile phase. However, it's not just the FOMC meeting. Russia's invasion of Ukraine, soaring energy prices, high and persistent inflation, and now a

SPX chart

SPX (StockCharts.com)


FOMC (CMEGroup.com)

Jobs report

Jobs report (Investing.com)


AMD (StockCharts.com)


SOFI (StockCharts.com)


PLTR (StockCharts.com)

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Hi, I'm Victor! It all goes back to looking at stock quotes in the old Wall St. Journal when I was a kid. What do these numbers mean, I thought? Fortunately, my uncle was a successful commodities trader on the NYMEX, and I got him to teach me how to invest. I bought my first actual stock in a company when I was 20, and the rest, as they say, is history. Over the years, some of my top investments include Apple, Tesla, Amazon, Netflix, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Nike, JPMorgan, Bitcoin, and others.

Disclosure: I/we have a beneficial long position in the shares of AMD, PLTR, SOFI either through stock ownership, options, or other derivatives. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

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