Wall Street’s Top Players Explain Why the Bear Market isn’t Over
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1. Morgan Stanley’s top strategist for market analysis said that the bear market isn’t over yet.Mike Wilson believes that although investors may return to stocks in the hope of the Fed stopping rate hikes, it’s unlikely that they will last well into the new year.
“Powell’s commentary matches what we’ve been saying. they’re going to pause probably in JanuaryWilson stated that the market is advancing in this regard in a Thursday interview with Bloomberg. “This is a classic Fed-pause stock market rally.”
In fact Wilson, who this year was named Wall Street’s top portfolio strategist by Institutional Investor, warned that the S&P 500 could see another 26% dropNext year, the number could drop to 3,000
His comments were in line with those of Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s remarks this week that caused markets to shiver surgeOn the assumption that the central bank will slow down the pace of interest rate rises at its meeting this month.
Wilson stated, “This rally will continue and will probably drag people back into believing that this bear market has ended.”
Similarly, JPMorgan analysts wrote in a note to clients yesterday that the S&P 500 is set to revisit this year’s lowsEarly next year. They stated that the Fed’s fight against inflation will not end soon. weigh on indexes.
“Fundamentals are likely to deteriorateAs financial conditions tighten, monetary policies become more restrictive. Fed raises rates another 75-100bp with an additional QT of $1T the economy enters a mild recessionAnalysts at the firm stated that the labor market was contracting and the unemployment rate was rising to 5%.
JPMorgan’s view of disinflation is a rising rate of unemployment and weaker corporate sentiment that will force the Fed into a policy pivot.
The move could then be deemed a success. lift the S&P 500 to 4,200According to the bank, that will happen by 2023. This is slightly higher than Thursday’s close of the benchmark index, so investors should expect to see modest gains in 2019.
What’s your full-year 2023 forecast for the S&P 500?
A) Below 4,100
D) Above 4,800
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