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Here’s where stock investors should consider putting their money in 2022


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Coming off several years of outsized gains in the stock market, investors may be hoping 2022 is like deja vu again.

Don’t count on it. While future performance is impossible to predict with certainty, many financial advisors expect returns will come back down to Earth.

 

“We have been telling clients to expect a lackluster year in the stock market and in portfolios in general, with lingering elevated inflation, slower economic growth and interest rate hikes,” said certified financial planner Shon Anderson, president and chief wealth strategist for Anderson Financial Strategies in Dayton, Ohio.

So far this year, the S&P 500 Index — a broad measure of how U.S. companies are faring — has posted a total return (price gains plus dividends) of about 29.2%. That’s on the heels of 18.4% in 2020 and roughly 31.5% in 2019 (and a loss of more than 4% in 2018). Over time, the annual average is about 10%. Full article: CNBC

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