I’m sure one word has been weighing on the minds of investors: recession.
In the first half of 2022, we technically entered a recession. That’s because in the first quarter of the year, the economy declined 1.6%… and in the second quarter, it declined a fraction of 1%. For these reasons, Alexander Green believes this to be a very shallow recession.
Does this mean you should be out of the stock market? Alex doesn’t think so.
In today’s video, Alex notes that it’s unusual to have a recession, high inflation and…
- A strong labor market
- Ultra-low unemployment
- Low bond yields
- Gold – the ultimate inflation hedge – down for the year
- Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities down for the year.
We know the stock market is a forward-looking indicator, and Alex argues that we’ve likely already seen the worst of inflation.
But what does this mean for investors going forward?
Simply put, you should take advantage of new opportunities as they become available. After all, buying when the market is down is a great way to generate a fortune in the long run…