My caution perhaps stems from what for the most part appears to be rampant success in 2019 that leaves a high bar for 2020.
The world's fastest-growing major nation has suddenly seen growth lurch lower. That's putting households, farmers and companies off big-ticket purchases such as vehicles.
Car sales are sliding in China and plummeting in India, which is putting pressure on automakers that sell in those markets.
With WMT's U.S. dominance, these are the two big waves of momentum it needs to ride to revalue shares in the long term.
U.S. retail sales have risen at WMT for an unparalleled consecutive 20 quarters.
Uber is promising growth with UberEats but its up to consumers to decide who can really deliver the goods.
Steadily, the once-revered markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China have become hazardous places to do business.
Disney's dive after earnings could open up a buying opportunity to investors that missed the recent run.
Café Coffee Day entrepreneur V.G. Siddhartha was one of India's first venture capitalists, but leaves a letter blaming heavy financial pressure, his body pulled from a river where he went for a walk.
India's state-owned enterprises saw share prices soar in the run-up to this year's elections, but recent reforms stalled momentum, so play Indian equities instead.