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Jun 24, 2022

Jeffrey Bierman, chief market technician for TheoTrade and founder of, says that “much of the dirty work is behind us,” with the market now reaching a point “where the values are the most compelling I have seen in 25 years.” Bierman last appeared on Money Life in December of 2021, and was extremely cautious, expecting the market to hit a low of between 3,600 and 3,800 on the Standard & Poor’s 500 within six months.  Bierman's model projects the S&P to drop to the 3,300-3,400 range, before building a base for recovery. “If interest rates can peak at some point and if money managers can get beyond staring at charts and start looking at value ... they are going to find that this is where millionaires are made, in these kinds of markets,” Bierman says. Also on the show, John Cole Scott, chief investment officer at Closed-End Fund Advisors answers questions from listeners, Catherine Yoshimoto of FTSE Russell discusses the "Russell Reconstitution" that changes the firm's benchmark indexes at the close of business today, and Peter Tuz of Chase Investment Counsel talks growth investing in today's no-growth environment in the Market Call.