Op-ed: Tune out the forecasters. Here’s how investors should approach this bear market

Op-ed: Tune out the forecasters. Here’s how investors should approach this bear market

Sep 19, 2022 by CNBC

Key Facts

  • Some analysts are doing the math also on projected reductions in earnings for the S&P 500, giving a range for the market to bottom between 3,000 and 3,400 sometime between now and 2023, but those estimates are all quite varied as well.
  • It's a wild time in the forecasting community these days, when it comes to markets, the Federal Reserve, the direction of the economy and all the attendant risks going forward.
  • I have yet to hear a good explanation as to why the equity market VIX is depressed relative to the realized volatility in the stock market.
  • In the meantime, long-term investors should stick to their disciplines and take advantage of a bear market that one day will come to a rather "unexpected" and "unforeseen" end.

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