Quick thoughts on a developing market correction and a possible 2015-16 scenario playing out. Choppy markets. Bifurcation. 1-2 years of indexes in a tight range. Free Library Card required.
12 dividend stocks that are must owns on a correction. Each one has something that the market is missing. One is simply among the 10 best companies in the world and comes with government backing. 6 of the 12 are REITs across 4 industries in the REIT space. Sign-up for Dividend Collector or higher for access.
8 growth stocks close to our buy zones. Each can double or triple within 4 years from the buy zone. Look for a small to moderate correction to buy each. The common themes are disruption and commodities. Sign-up for a Sustainable Growth Investing or higher membership to read.
The stock market is on this ice again. Risk off could happen fast and hard. I have made this piece available to “Free Library Card” members, as well as, paid members, as a service to investors.
We saw this new correction coming. How long will last and how low will it go? Tomorrow’s webinar will be a doozy.
Today we game out the potential scenarios for the stock market in the short, intermediate and long-term. While the rally might continue a bit longer, there is a certainty of at least a retracing of the rally for a small correction. There are also worse outcomes if the economy does not have the “V” shape recovery that many are hoping for. This is piece is open to members and those with a “Free Library Card.”
Coronavirus is causing severe human suffering. The equity markets are also suffering. However, valuations were looking for a reason to correct. The stock market can easily drop another 25-35%. Use this correction to move away from “old economy” disrupted investments and move towards “smart everything” and alternative energy world investments.
In our annual forecast we suggested an early year correction driven by a volatility event. On Twitter in early January, I posted that coronavirus was the most important story developing. It is now threatening the stock market and global economy. Here’s a simple way to think about volatility now.
I track technical analysts, including Avi Gilburt over at FATrader, Marc Chaikin, a point-and-figure guy here in Milwaukee, several candlestick makers and a few others. When their macro analysis lines up, it gives me pause. Right now, they are all telling a similar story:
The stock market is very likely to go lower from here.