How to know when U.S. stocks will bottom, according to eight investing pros

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Now may not be the time to jump into stocks.

Relax, it’s not the end of the world. It’s a spate of wicked market volatility — which might not be over.

That’s because it was caused by funds getting into trouble with leveraged bets against volatility. When volatility spiked on signs of rising inflation, they were forced to sell. Now, investors worry there are more time bombs out there, and that they might take out a bank and damage the financial system.

A look at the credit markets suggest these fears are probably overblown — at least so far.

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