When it comes to recent talk of a rotation being underway into value stocks from growth stocks, the author of today’s article advises “Be skeptical about that — unless you are convinced the U.S. economy is heading into a recession”. For similarly-minded skeptics of a rotation who want to maintain a growth strategy, he outlines the stock-picking strategy of a benchmark-beating growth fund – which uses “four pillars” of criteria to screen for stocks with the best growth potential – and highlights two stocks held by the fund that meet these criteria. For more, CLICK HERE.
While Warren Buffet’s favorite stock market indicator suggests that investors are in for some serious losses, “the market continues upwards with a short-sighted agenda and a complacent attitude,” argues the author of today’s article. More specifically, he argues that the health of the U.S. economy and stock prices are diverging – and that convergence will come in the form of stock prices falling. What does he outline as a good strategy to take advantage of the current complacency and risk taking in the market? CLICK HERE.