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Market Comment - September '22

September 2022

Investing in shares may lose you all or some of your money. Past performance is no indication of future performance. Some of the shares recommended here may be small company shares, which can be relatively illiquid and hard to trade and this makes such shares more risky than other investments.

The S&P 500 index, the pivotal world stock market, peaked on 3rd January 2022, and since June has enjoyed a classic bear market bounce. Just as it should do, it has re-created the sentiment of the most speculative sectors, which peaked in the Spring of 2021.  According to Barron’s, “Mom and pop investors are pouring money into cryptocurrencies… at the fastest rate in history.” As long as the dream lives on, the bottom is nowhere in sight, not just for crypto but for all markets, which were propelled to silly bubble peaks in recent times.If the S&P breaks below 3900, the bear market bounce is over, and the risk of a very nasty Autumn rises sharply.The FTSE-100 index has held up relatively well this year compared ...

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