MarketBeat Podcast: Diversity With the Core & Satellite Investment Approach
What is the Fed’s role in the current market environment?
How should investors evaluate the sectors currently doing well?
What is a looming economic threat that may lie ahead?
How does the situation in Ukraine affect inflation?
How are agricultural commodities like wheat, soy, and sunflowers different from oil and gas, in terms of continued availability?
How are the investors on Sean’s investing platform handling this current market uncertainty?
What are the most popular stocks on the Guild platform?
How should investors evaluate momentum stocks, after the big pullback this year?
What is the difference between a good company at a fair price and a fair company at a good price?
What’s the hidden danger of investing based on the story, but ignoring the valuation?
Why it’s important to understand the business model and revenue generation of companies you are tracking
What mistakes do investors make when it comes to diversifying their portfolios?
How to use broad-based ETFs for instant diversification
Why Sean likes the core/satellite methodology, and how he suggests implementing this
How “big Navy” is a good analogy for a core/satellite approach
Stocks and ETFs mentioned in this episode:
Teucrium Wheat Fund (WEAT)
iShares TIPS Bond ETF (TIPS)
Builders FirstSource (BLDR)
Southern Copper (SCCO)
Tractor Supply (TSCO)
Breakwave Dry Bulk Shipping ETF (BDRY)
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The end of 2021 and the initial trading days of 2022 have been rough for tech stocks. The prospect of multiple interest rate hikes has investors fleeing to risk-off assets, including stocks. And that means some of the biggest tech stocks may have further to fall.
But for growth investors, tech remains the sector to be in. Some appealing stocks have dropped 50% or more from their 2021 highs. That means it’s inevitable that some savvy buyers will be moving in to buy their favorite names at a discounted price.
However, price doesn’t always equal value. Some stocks have sold off and may never recover their previous level. Those are tough lessons for investors to learn.
However, in this presentation, we’re looking at seven tech stocks that have a strong business case to support a recovery even as other tech stocks may struggle. We think all these stocks are strong buying candidates. However, we encourage you to do your due diligence to decide when the price is right for you.