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Stocks Are Sinking and Rates Are Rising. It’s Painful, But We’re Heading for Normal.

[]4 days agobyJack Hough

Sept. 23, 2022 6:00 pm ET

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Stocks and bonds are tumbling. Housing has weakened. And I haven’t heard a word about nonfungible cartoon monkey tokens in maybe three months. Strategists are now turning to truly bizarre assets—two I spoke with this past week recommended purchasing long-term Treasurys. One also said to favor shares of companies that generate cash, and he wasn’t talking about Bitcoin mining.

I don’t want to set off a panic, but financial markets appear to be careening toward normal. If left unchecked, ordinary assets could soon reach price levels that imply adequate long-term returns.

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