Hypothetical, Tax-Related Selloff A Year From Now Would Be Good Buying Opportunity, JPMorgan Says

Hypothetical, Tax-Related Selloff A Year From Now Would Be Good Buying Opportunity, JPMorgan Says

Looking for a reason to get bearish on US stocks in the fourth quarter of 2021 on the way to buying the hypothetical dip? Probably not, considering most market participants are having enough trouble seeing their own hand in front of their face right now amid thick election, pandemic, and stimulus fog. When you don't know what's going to happen tomorrow, it's difficult to fathom what might befall your positions a year from now. Be that as it may, JPMorgan endeavored to take a look at how US equ
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4 thoughts on “Hypothetical, Tax-Related Selloff A Year From Now Would Be Good Buying Opportunity, JPMorgan Says

  1. Marked my calendar!
    “the empirical evidence with respect to the conventional wisdom is more mixed and in general economic models do not find large economic impacts from capital gains tax changes.” (Imagine that, right?)
    You mean the real economy shrugs off the rentier class.

  2. It always amazes me that you can clearly label something and then convince those effected that exactly the opposite will happen. Take ‘trickle down’; it was exactly as labeled. If you had no water and called a plumber to fix it, how would you feel when he left if he restored it to a trickle.

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