Here is our next video about S&P 500 stock analysis. S&P 500 price is experiencing a great deal of volatility as it’s been down around 12% this year, even though it has recovered some of its losses.
According to the SP500 analysis, the S&P 500 crash is caused by fears over the tightening of the monetary policy and whether it will manage to curb rising inflation. The tighter monetary policy also conflicts with the slowing business growth due to the Omicron variant which is affecting the market sentiment.
The stock market crash 2022 is also caused by geopolitical concerns that have happened this month and rising oil prices which puts some pressure on the economy. According to the S&P 500 technical analysis, the price is sitting on a support at 4,300 and the S&P 500 index bounced slightly from that level which means it could target 4500 in the near term.
In the medium term, however, the sharp drop indicates interest rate hikes would be leading the sentiment this year and more downside pressure is on the horizon for 2022.
Watch the full video for our take on the S&P 500 and a deeper insight into what to expect in the months ahead from our S&P 500 analysis. Drop us a line in the comments with your thoughts on the S&P 500 correction.
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