Stocks have sold off substantially due to a perfect storm of volatility: rising inflation and interest rates, shutdowns in China, the ongoing war in Ukraine, and more…
But in today’s video, Alexander Green reminds readers that the economy is still strong.
Despite GDP falling 1.4% in the first quarter, the U.S. economy just logged its 12th consecutive month of topping 400,000 net new jobs.
And the outlook on inflation is relatively positive now that the massive fiscal stimulus and ultra-easy policies created by the federal government have come to an end.
Still, you’re probably wondering how you should maneuver in this difficult market.
Alex shares today that “every market break of the last 200 years in the United States has been a buying opportunity.”
This isn’t to say that the stocks you buy will be higher next week, but having what Alex calls an “opportunity-oriented mindset” will help you discover the great companies with higher earnings and growing market share that are bound to see their share prices rise.
Bottom line: Use this sell-off as a buying opportunity.