BofA's Savita Subramanian: Stocks Are in for a Volatile Year

A lot has happened already in 2022, says the head of equity and quantitative strategy at BofA Securities. But the market's roller-coaster ride is far from over.

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Savita Subramanian is head of equity and quantitative strategy at BofA Securities. Read on as we ask Subramanian about finding opportunities in this volatile market, as well as her stance on tech stocks and dividend payers.

Back when everyone was bullish and the market was setting new highs, you had an underwhelming outlook for stocks. How do you think this year will shake out? It's going to be a volatile year – oh boy, is it! A lot has happened already.

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Anne Kates Smith
Executive Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance

Anne Kates Smith brings Wall Street to Main Street, with decades of experience covering investments and personal finance for real people trying to navigate fast-changing markets, preserve financial security or plan for the future. She oversees the magazine's investing coverage,  authors Kiplinger’s biannual stock-market outlooks and writes the "Your Mind and Your Money" column, a take on behavioral finance and how investors can get out of their own way. Smith began her journalism career as a writer and columnist for USA Today. Prior to joining Kiplinger, she was a senior editor at U.S. News & World Report and a contributing columnist for TheStreet. Smith is a graduate of St. John's College in Annapolis, Md., the third-oldest college in America.