Stock Predictions for 2022 Second Half

Jul 11, 2022

By The Small Exchange

Overview

The S&P 500 fell more than 20% in the first half of 2022, which is the worst performance in such a time frame since before 2000. Experienced derivatives traders Mike and Frank use stock stats to make 3 predictions on where the market could be headed in 2022's second half. The guys use 16-delta options to show the S&P 500 ETF's (SPY) projected range for the rest of the year, and then they predict the market could stay well inside this range.

They also look at a potential pairs trade of Nasdaq vs S&P given their divergence so far this year. Finally, Frank makes a case for greater day trading opportunities, and he highlights how to use the new Small Equities 400 (SMES) futures to day trade the stock action.

Contents

0:05 Stock Predictions for 2022's Second Half

0:20 The S&P 500 Just had its Worst January - June of the Millennium

2:10 The Range for the Remainder of the Year Is...

4:55 Nasdaq is Doing Even Worse

6:30 Day Trading Opportunities Have Increased Dramatically

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