Wall Street has been thrown headfirst into a sea of turbulence in 2022.
January has been a nightmare for investors. Here’s what Wall Street is watching.
The stock market’s fear gauge has soared nearly 100 percent this year as inflation, rate hikes and other worries spark dizzying swings
The swings can be dizzying, but experts are quick to note that volatility is a healthy part of the market because it presents opportunities in the form of bargain prices.
“Investors must now decide whether this is a chance to buy on the dips or the first sign that there is trouble ahead,” Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell, said Tuesday in comments emailed to The Post.
Here’s what investors are monitoring — and what can send them into a tailspin.