December 4, 2022

Expecting a Bear Killing in October? The month is set to start with gains, as the stock market looks set to shake off some troubling headlines.

Tesla shares have fallen in the premarket after not enough quarterly sales, and another crisis could be brewing on the health of a large European bank. But investors are marginally buoyed by the UK government’s recent efforts to douse the market fires.

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To be sure, the crisis’s never-ending supply of the S&P 500 SPX . can make

Work even harder to find its true bottom. it brings us into our call of the dayMiller Tabak + from Matt Malee, chief market strategist at the company, which looks at Google parent Alphabet GOOGL

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Start buying now as one of the best oversold names.

He acknowledges that the overall market doesn’t look that cheap yet, while Alphabet faces some unfavorable conditions, but its search engine business is “still a monster … advertising up over 13% in the last quarter.” With sales growth.”

The stock trades at 17 times forward earnings, and reported 18 times earnings, he noted. “Since the company went public in 2005, it has only become cheaper during the European crisis at that time (Greece), after two declines in 2011 and 2012,” Maley said.

So how to do this? Male suggests Google parents buy gradually in the coming months in a manner similar to “dollar-cost averaging” — regularly investing a certain amount in a security or asset, no matter what the market is doing.

This strategy works well when companies go cheap and is an excellent strategy to use during bear markets, Maley said, “especially as the ‘bears’ have already done a lot of damage.” But a good company’s stock can get even cheaper before it goes down, which is why they need to be bought slowly — for individual investors that can mean once a month for nine to 12 months.

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Alphabet’s average price — about 34% year to date — should look good a year from now and be even better in three to five years, as decent names exiting in a bear episode are often stronger than the broader market. There are. Years later, he says.

Note, the strategist strongly believes that more foam needs to come out of this market, possibly another 15% for the S&P 500/SPX in the low 3,000.,
The market had become too expensive compared to the economy, which had been “pushed to a level it could not sustain without steroids.”

“It has to come back in line with the underlying economy… and the underlying economy has to come back in line with the growth it can sustain without artificial liquidity. Don’t fight the Feds,” Maley says.

After the Worst September for Stocks Since 2002, Here’s What October Could Bring

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Treasury yields have moved higher with BX:TMUBMUSD10Y

BX: TMUBMUSD02Y

To drop British Pound GBPUSD

Gilt yield hovering above pre-crisis levels BX:TMBMKGB-10Y

The heavily criticized budgets are down after the UK government’s U-turn on the move. oil prices CL

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Cartels grow on hopes of cutting production this week, with petrol prices RBZ22

Shooting high too, but natural gas prices NG00

tumbling

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The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and Moscow-led allies, aka OPEC+, could cut production by more than 1 million barrels a day – the biggest since the pandemic began, at Wednesday’s meeting.

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Celebrity Kim Kardashian has been fined $1.26 million by the SEC for using crypto without disclosing payment.

Tesla TSLA

Reported record quarterly deliveries on Sunday. But the numbers still disappointed analysts. Shares are down more than 4 per cent.

Credit Suisse Stock CS

CH:CSGN

The recession is looming large after headlines about the health of the Swiss bank following an increase in credit-default swaps on Friday.

Citigroup lowered its 2022 S&P target to 4,000 (from 4,200). They see a risk-on rally in the last quarter, partly driven by beaten sentiment.

A big week for Data ends with non-farm payrolls. For Monday, we’ll get both the Institute for Supply Management’s manufacturing index, and manufacturing expenses, at 10 a.m. Eastern. Auto sales and a speech by New York Fed President John Williams are also on the docket.

Danish officials say natural gas leaks have stopped after two ruptures in Europe’s Nord Stream pipeline. But a global energy body has warned that if Europe faces an “unprecedented” shortage of natural gas this winter, it will not cut 13%.

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our chart from Matt FoxFounder/President of Ithaca Wealth Management discusses key levels to watch on the S&P 500. it was flagged off chart report (h/t Howard Lindzon), who had this to say:

“Matt points out that it is currently testing its 200-week moving average for the first time since the pandemic. We’re actually a little off today [Friday], so if we will have a scenario of 2011 or 2018 then buyers will have to show soon. If we expand below this, it will be a major red flag. Either way, keep an eye on how this trial plays out in the coming weeks,” the chart report said.

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These were the most searched tickers on MarketWatch as of 6 a.m. Eastern Time:

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TSLA

Tesla

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AMC Entertainment

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