Stocks Close Higher, Making Stunning Comeback After Dow's Earlier 1,000-Point Loss

After an intense hours-long meltdown Monday, stocks closed higher in a last minute, stunning comeback. At one point, the Dow shed over 1,000 points, the tech-heavy Nasdaq was down close to 5% and inching toward correction territory, and the S&P 500 briefly hit a correction earlier in the day. During most of Monday's session, stocks were on track to mark their worst months since March 2020, and for the Nasdaq, since October 2008. Philip Palumbo, Founder, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Palumbo Wealth Management, joined Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss today's stunning market comeback, whether there's more room for stocks to fall, his 2022 market predictions, and more.
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