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Get used to 'hybrid' living -- a mix of stay-at-home and free-world life. So, invest accordingly.
What crushed the individual was a lack of diversification.
Here's why the institutional stewards of capital who are taking back control of the market are salivating over a dirty old iron company.
* Slowly, but very surely, prior market leaders have crashed * At times, markets can churn when leadership is unclear or non existent * But, given current high valuations, a more ominous market outcome seems more likely * Consider "Uncle" Bob Farrel...
Stay focused and look for opportunity.
You need to respect that a market can be as vicious and nasty as it was joyous and oblivious toward the news that comes its way.
Yesterday the speculative gewgaws fell apart (e.g., , , and , etc.). Today the larger cap concept stocks are taking a fall ( e.g., , and ).
I think it's worth examining how we can spot a bottom the next time after the inevitable selloff.
* The U.S. stock market remains materially overpriced * I would use market rallies to reduce equity exposure * Value is stretched now (financials and energy) while growth valuations are vulnerable to higher interest rates * I am looking towards some...
Here's how -- and why -- you should look at these value stocks instead of the Teslas and Zooms of the world.
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The rotation out of technology and into 'reopening' plays is driving the deceptive action.
Momentum is nowhere near where it was a few weeks ago, but there are a couple of dozen stocks up more than 10%.
Smaller to mid-cap names have fared somewhat better than large cap tech, but make no mistake... there is a circle of life/death here.
Investing can be fun until it turns brutal for what seems to be no reason.
So-called reopening stocks hid some of the damage on the market, but here's what a deeper look tells me.
Zoom is now -$20/share to $390 after being +$40/share in premarket trading, when commentators and analysts were applauding the company's results.
I placed Zoom on my Best Ideas (short) on October 20, 2020 at $568/share and I have taken some big profits (two times) on the short side. I am not currently involved in Zoom which was trading in the premarket at $440/share. My short thesis: Oct 29,...
Everything came up roses Monday -- except for what matters most, broad participation.
Should we care about Australia's central bank taking overtly aggressive action to reign in the long end of their yield curve? Yes, we should.
The market's funk continued into the fourth week of March 2020, but by week's end a stellar TV performance by the Fed's Jay Powell would turn the tide.
If you look at the economy as between service and tech you find the old-guard being overrun.
Here's the kind I like to buy -- and the vetted stocks that you can play on 'good' risk.