Finding the best investments in 2022 means understanding the stock market and bigger forces. I’ll show you the five biggest forces, how to invest in 2022 and the best investments to buy now. https://mystockmarketbasics.com/blockfi
It’s been a great year for stocks but that could mean danger in the new year. After the best 18 years for stocks over the last three decades, stocks only returned 4.5% on average the following year. That doesn’t mean you can’t make money in 2022 but it does mean you need to watch the stock market and understand which investments will benefit from the biggest market news.
In this video, I’ll highlight the stock news you’ll hear about next year and the biggest forces on the market. I’ll use this to show you the best investments to buy and then reveal five investments you must avoid.
If you don’t understand how stagflation could destroy stocks next year, you need to watch this video! I explain stagflation, which stocks to buy and which to avoid. https://youtu.be/zqTWGEADSN4
Not sure about investing in bitcoin or cryptocurrency yet? Watch these videos to see why I think bitcoin could triple within three years!
Two ways to value bitcoin and why it could go to $190,000 in a few years! https://youtu.be/hrTVtv-caiE
Price forecasts for 7 other cryptocurrencies including Ethereum, Litecoin and Stablecoins https://youtu.be/8IYNyn-QB_M
Bitcoin vs Ethereum: Which is the Better Investment? https://youtu.be/UWgWcsA8dSQ
Returns were phenomenal this year but expectations for 2022 stock market returns are not great. Most analysts expect investors to earn less than 4% annually over the next decade because stocks are so expensive. But stocks don’t fall just because they get expensive, they need a catalyst to spook investors and I’m following five that could send stocks lower.
Inflation is one of the biggest worries for stocks in 2022 and prices are already up more than 5% over the last year. Rents and rising wages could combine to send prices even higher and hit company profits. In this scenario, one of the best investments could be cryptocurrencies which are already benefiting as investors look for inflation protection.
Tied to that is the risk to higher rates and you need to know how to invest in 2022 for higher borrowing costs. Not only will rising rates mean lower valuations for tech stocks but it could also hit the economy and the broader market. In this scenario, the best stocks to buy are going to be bank stocks because they’ll be the only ones making more money.
I’ve got three more 2022 investments to highlight along with the five you need to avoid. I’m adding an index below if you want to skip around but make sure you watch the whole list because these WILL be the biggest risks to next year’s stock market.
0:00 Best Investments 2022
1:20 Stock Market Returns and Expectations
3:30 How to Invest for Inflation 2022
5:26 Higher Interest Rates and Best Stocks to Buy 2022
7:16 How Will the Worker Shortage affect the Stock Market 2022?
9:40 How to Invest in a 2022 Recession Scenario
11:46 Will the Stock Market Crash 2022?
15:20 Investments and Stocks that Will Lose Money 2022
The video is in partnership with BlockFi and I’ve been using the high-interest bitcoin platform and will be using the new rewards credit card as well. Besides the industry-leading security and ease of investing in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and stablecoins, you can earn up to 7.5% interest on your crypto. I’m really excited about the bitcoin credit card but there’s a huge waiting list so don’t wait to sign up here https://mystockmarketbasics.com/blockfi
🤑 Get The Weekly Bow-Tie – my FREE weekly email newsletter sharing market updates, trends and the most important news! Market Updates for the Smart Investor! https://mystockmarketbasics.com/dailybowtie
SUBSCRIBE to create the financial future you deserve with videos on beating debt, making more money and making your money work for you. https://peerfinance101.com/FreeMoneyVideos
Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.
#investing #investments #stockmarket