Why the End of January Is a Buyer’s Market

by | Jan 19, 2022 | Stock Market Sectors

When the stock market experiences a major sell-off, it typically doesn’t happen during the beginning of earnings seasons like it’s doing right now… 

There’s also not a major catalyst on Wall Street causing stocks to go lower at the moment. 

I mean, most things are already priced in… We don’t have a new COVID-19 variant besides omicron, the Federal Reserve isn’t making any drastic changes or actions, and most of all, things look stable

I know I’ve been giving you guys my top finds lately, but because the major indices started the week down, I thought I’d give you a stock market update for the end of January 2022… It should help calm everyone’s nerves, too. 

My Stock Market Update for the End of January 2022

My stock market update for the end of January 2022 will show you that bond prices and consumer discretionary stocks tend to move together. 

Here’s a chart of the Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund (NYSEArca: XLY)

The sell-off we’re currently witnessing in the XLY is also happening in the bond market.

It looks like Consumer Discretionary is way oversold and coming down to the bottom to shake out. But based on the chart above, it looks like the sector could also go higher. 

And if that’s the case, we should see higher prices from retail and tech stocks over the next several days. 

From where I’m sitting, this looks like a big shake out… 

So if I were you, I’d get ready to move in and start taking positions instead of looking to bail out of the market. 

This is a buyer’s market, folks.

Check out my short stock market update for the end of January 2022 below to hear all of the other important things I have to say. 

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WRITTEN BY<br>Roger Scott

WRITTEN BY
Roger Scott

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