The market is crying out for a strong rebound

Another week of infarction that we have left behind, especially if we look at Wall Street.

The market is crying out for a strong rebound

Another week of infarction that we have left behind, especially if we look at Wall Street. Regardless of the rebound in the stock markets in the final stretch of the week, everything remains exactly the same. The downward trend of recent months continues intact and within it, the stock markets of the Old Continent continue to hold the rate better than their counterparts in the US, with the Ibex in the lead. Seeing is believing.

But then, have we seen the lows of the correction yet? Are we close to seeing them? The answer is very simple: nobody knows. Since the end of March the Dow Jones has dropped 12%, the world's main index (S

And then there is the bad habit of not looking at things with more perspective. If we only look at the day to day, in the end the trees will prevent us from seeing the forest. And this, in the long term, is green and lush, especially if we invest in Wall Street and, in particular, in technology. It is worth that the Nasdaq has lost a quarter of its value in the year, but it has been rising steadily for 13 years. The last time it fell was in 2008 (-42%) and since then it has not stopped rising year after year. In 2019 it gained 38%, in 2020, with the pandemic, it shot up 47% and last year it revalued 26%. So what is a 25% drop? Well that, nothing. A drop in the immense bullish ocean in the background. Looking to the S


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