Nasdaq rebound will unravel, Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel warns


The Nasdaq rebound may last shorter than a New York minute.

Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel sees near-term trouble, saying the backdrop is dramatically supporting the reopening trade over Big Tech and growth plays.

“I’ve been extremely bullish here for nine months,” he told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Tuesday. “This stock market still has a way to go up.”

But his forecast excludes the tech-heavy Nasdaq, which just returned to positive territory for the year. The index surged 3.6% on Tuesday. Last week, it was in correction territory.

Siegel warns challenges associated with higher interest rates and optimism surrounding economic reopenings will continue to weigh on growth…


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