JP Morgan & Chase is now saying that the pandemic will end in 2022….
How they ‘predicted’ this, or rather how they may know it is subject for debate. A lot of people ascribe to the plandemic theory, and I’m not here to argue whether or not this whole thing was planned.
Could JP Morgan’s comments be chalked up to good analysts, or does this in fact suggest an engineering aspect to this entire situation?
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Is the narrative shifting? Or have the global elites reached their goals? I am not quite sure, but what I do know is that this kind of rhetoric from a major banking institution does signal something important.
Let’s take a look:
The pattern of virus evolution showed by omicron might ultimately be a positive for risk markets because it could signal that the end of the pandemic is in sight, JPMorgan analysts say https://t.co/No2xnIwhRd
— Bloomberg Asia (@BloombergAsia) December 2, 2021
— Nifty Bulls (@NiftyBulls10x) December 3, 2021
JP Morgan’s chief global markets strategist had this to say via CNN:
“Our view is that 2022 will be the year of a full global recovery, an end of the global pandemic and a return to normal conditions we had prior to the Covid-19 outbreak,” Marko Kolanovic, JPMorgan’s chief global markets strategist, wrote in a note to clients on Wednesday.
“This is warranted by achieving broad population immunity and with the help of human ingenuity, such as new therapeutics expected to be broadly available in 2022.”
JPMORGAN: Should #Omicron be confirmed as less deadly, will it “ultimately prove to be a positive for risk markets, in the sense that it could accelerate the end of the pandemic? .. a catalyst to transform .. into something more similar to seasonal flu?” pic.twitter.com/TU5hmefFEp
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) December 1, 2021
Daily Wire adds:
“As the recovery runs its course, markets will begin adjusting to tighter monetary conditions, a process that will likely inject volatility,” Kolanovic said about looming stimulus tapers from the Federal Reserve.
JPMorgan is also predicting continued growth for the stock market in 2022 — specifically, a year-end target of 5,050 for the S&P 500, surpassing current levels by 8%.