Tom Lee: Market To Rise 20%+ This Year, Says Wall Street’s Biggest Bull


Raging inflation, spiking interest rates & geopolitical disruption made 2022 a bruising year for stocks & bonds.

All three of those issues remain factors here at the start of 2023

Which is why perhaps it’s little surprise many of the recent experts appearing on this program have urged caution for investors looking at the year ahead.

But a growing number of Wealthion’s viewers are saying: “OK, we understand the reasons for pessimism. But what do the bulls think? Is there an optimistic argument to be made?”

The answer is “yes” and today’s guest expert gives us the opportunity to hear

that side of the story.

Tom Lee, Managing Partner and Head of Research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, is often referred to as “the biggest bull on Wall Street”. He forecasts the S&P is poised to rise 20% in 2023.

Weekly Market Recap: The Bounce Is Finally Here. Sell Or Buy Into It?


The long-anticipated market bounce in stocks & bonds is now underway.

How long will it last & how high will it go?

Is this a resumption of the bull market?

Or should investors use this rally as a gift from the market gods to sell, in preparation of lower prices ahead?

Financial advisor Lance Roberts and I discuss these key questions, as well as tackle several of the most common challenges couples & families face when it comes to money management.

For your

weekend dose of wealth, watch Wealthion’s latest Weekly Market Recap.

The Bull Case For Stocks & What Bears Get Wrong About The Market | Nadine Terman of CNBCs Fast Money


The majority of the recent experts featured on this program have been very skeptical of today’s richly-valued markets and have urged investors to take caution.

To avoid the echo chamber effect, many of you have contacted me and wisely asked for an interview focused on the other side of the story.

What do the bulls think?

How do those who are actively long this market rationalize their optimism?

What are the bears misunderstanding?


find out, we sat down with fund manager Nadine Terman. Nadine is CEO of Solstein Capital and a regular commentator on CNBC’s popular trading show Fast Money.

In this new interview, she gives a detailed breakdown of why she remains long this market and shares her keys to success for active investing.

Even if you’re highly skeptical of today’s asset prices, learning how “the other side thinks” offers valuable opportunity to validate or evolve your current investing assumptions.