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(Bloomberg) — A “rocky” stretch for U.S. stocks is far from over, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq indexes poised to fall into bear markets thanks to the Federal Reserve’s newfound zeal to undercut inflation, according to Jeremy Siegel, finance professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.Most Read from BloombergThe long-time market watcher said he expects more than four interest-rate hikes this year, a risk that “equities are not really priced for.” He sees a 20% decline in the Nasdaq 100 from the November record, implying a more than 7% fall from current levels.“I don’t think the pain is over yet,” Siegel said in an interview on Bloomberg TV.Stocks slid precipitously across the board Monday before rebounding as dip buyers emerged at the close.The 76-year-old professor also sees a bear …

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