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Investing Lessons From 2022 to Boost Your Portfolio Next Year

Advisers and analysts look back on their best and worst calls, with ideas on ways retail investors should position themselves heading for the new year.

The New York Stock Exchange 

The New York Stock Exchange 

Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

To say the past year has been a disappointment for retail investors would be an understatement.

Many were drawn into the markets by the pandemic-era exuberance that fueled by low interest rates: Stocks surged, crypto boomed and markets popped. And then 2022 landed with a thud.