Fisher: The Worry Meter Is Beeping — So Buy Stocks Now
Coal shortages and electricity price spikes. Evergrande and property market default doom. Food shortage fears sparking panic buying, semiconductor shortages threatening industrial production and renewed Covid-driven restrictions in a few cities in China. Yikes! All these headline fears might make stocks seem scary today—gloomy Western pundits surely see it this way. But stay calm—these widely touted fears are investors’ friends! Their prominence signals stock prices currently reflect relatively dour sentiment, teeing up the likelihood of positive surprise—the kind that sparks bull markets’ renewals.
Ken Fisher is the founder and executive chairman of Fisher Investments, a money management firm serving large institutions and high net worth individuals globally.
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