The 2022 Market Crash – Why is Everything Down?



I wanted to take some time to address the recent market correction, and how investors should handle the current downturn.

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26 thoughts on “The 2022 Market Crash – Why is Everything Down?”

  1. Thanks for the video, I started investing in November for the first time, and just recently learn were in this sort of over inflated bubble of a overvalued market. I considered this beginner's mistake, I plain to stick to S&P500 or VOO at this point, just eat this as a lost I don't think most of these tech companies will ever recover to levels for years to come.

  2. What you do not consider is that the world's central banks have been propping up the markets DIRECTLY since 2008 or so. That support is being removed, and interest rates are rising. So those companies that have seen their valuation rise due to cheap debt to keep them afloat, and direct stimulus from central banks will not see their values rise, they have dropped and will continue to drop. Only those companies that are able to grow in a depressed economy will see their valuations rise. This will not be the broad market by any stretch of the imagination, it will be a small sliver of the market. The overall market will have the recessions and corrections (and bankruptcies) that the central banks intervened directly to avoid in 2008 and 2020. The era of central bank command control of the economy, massive money printing and debt creation will have to come to an end at some p[oint. If this is that point, we have not seen anything yet in terms of a market correction. Medium to long term, the broad outlook for the western world's economies is not good. With mass retirements and unfunded obligations in the hundreds of trillions of dollars, this sucker is going down to depression levels at some point.

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