Q1 earnings season induced significant volatility across the US stock market painting the Wall Street crimson red. Slower sales growth and inflation-led pressure on earnings per share (EPS) have triggered anxiety among investors.
Further, Fed's decision to raise rates by 0.50% for the first time since 2000 and US 10-year Treasury yields at record highs are major concerns pressuring stock valuations. This especially holds for the tech stocks, which are notoriously known for being overvalued.
Amazon – the cloud computing giant – has hit fresh 52-week low on 9th May. Moreover, Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Boeing, JP Morgan, and Starbucks, among others, are all trading at significant discounts from their highs.
In the upcoming webinar, our Deputy Head of Research, Deepa Sachanandani, will walk you through the reasons that triggered the broader stock market selloff, and how an investor can approach the dip.
Explore insights: Amazon stock post selloff and ahead of stock split
Uncover factors that triggered overall market sell-off
Know whether the adage “buy the dip” is relevant now
Investment strategies when sentiments are weak
Deputy Head - Investment Research
Deepa Sachanandani brings over 8 years of diverse experience in Equity as well as Credit Research and is well versed in Fundamental & Technical Analysis of Equities, Forex, Bonds, and Commodities.Her key skill sets include Research on global equity markets, Formulation of short-term and long-term trading strategies, Quantitative analysis, Formulation of customized investment portfolios, Fundamental analysis, Financial Statement Analysis, Credit research, and Risk management. Deepa has successfully completed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst Program (CFA) and holds a Master’s degree in finance from Mumbai University.
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