Investing occurs on two levels. The first level includes the fundamentals, like how much a company is earning, how it expects to grow, and so on. The second level? It’s about what the market thinks about the stock, and if the market is right or wrong.
Some of the biggest profits can be made looking for the market to be wrong, cashing out of an uptrend ahead of its end. The first quarter of the year saw a lot of reversal, particularly in high-growth names. For the second quarter, value stocks are likely to do a little better as investors feel burned on growth. But look for an opportunity to buy back into growth, as any push into value may create some bargains there in the quarter ahead.
Now here’s the rest of the news:
THIS is What a Margin Call Looks Like
Here’s how a modest hedge fund forced some of the world’s biggest banks into a mutually-destructive fire sale that wiped out $35 billion in market value and cost the banks billions in losses, all without SEC oversight… [Read Here]
April 05, 2020
Here’s to you … and now …
Today’s DarrenDaily Recap Sunday. A collection of the weeks videos from Darren Hardy. Enjoy!
I’ll leave you with another picture from The Best Place on Earth…
April 05, 2019
I love great advances in technology and science … here are two very quick video that excite me! The first is a device that would have made my climbing poles much easier and safer…
The next keeps our comrade in the field, maintaining the peace, safe!