The stock markets’ resurgent momentum since late 2020 and early 2021 can’t last forever. However, a slow down in price increases won’t necessarily mean a crash, or a correction is due just yet.
Tech stocks have been providing excellent returns over the last few years, especially the last 12-18 months. However, concerns over inflation have led to a slight pullback in 2021.
After a rocky start to May, the S&P 500 has recovered well. Additionally, the FTSE 100 continues to climb toward pre-COVID heights. So with the market in relative health, where are the Big Banks and Big Stock Gurus saying we should invest?
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Fears that inflation is on the rise have spooked investors in the Tech Sector due to its reliance on future earnings. However, for savers with an ISA or a SIPP, an inflationary increase could also be terrible news.
The resurgent US stock market has hit all-time highs this year. However, not everyone’s portfolio has followed suit. Here we’ll look at which sectors are performing well and which stocks have good potential.
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