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Could We Have Another 35% Sell-off?

(1/24/22) Markets' strong sell-off on Friday produced the second-largest Options Expiration Day in market history--$3.3-trillion in options being handled: a lot of pressure on the S&P and NASDAQ, breaking below their 200-DMA. Could we have another 35% sell-off? Not necessarily--for one thing, we're not shutting down the economy again. But with stocks, crypotocurrency, and speculative assets in general under significant pressure, you've gotta wonder when buyers are going to show up to buy the dip. We're still very over-sold, suggesting that some short-term support should emerge. If not, algorithms may be triggered to continue selling assets. What could cause that to reverse? With this week's Fed meeting on tap, everyone is focused on what the FOMC will say about rate hikes and tapering--will they be as aggressive as previously indicated.
- Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist, Lance Roberts
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