How to capitalize on the stock market's latest sell-off
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Sometimes the world needs a reminder that
You'll have to forgive people for thinking they do, given how quickly major indexes spiked back into bull-market territory following the March bottom. But the past week or so has offered a serious wake-up call — and also presented opportunities for shrewd investors.
The same mega-cap tech titans that pushed the market to new records are the same ones that have led its recent skid. It's a risk that was foreseen by JPMorgan, which preemptively recommended two simple trades that can help protect portfolios.
Those looking to go on the offensive might consider following the strategy laid out by Steven Chiavarone, co-manager of the $395 million Federated Hermes Global Allocation fund. The premise of his recommendation is "making money at the expense of machines," and he also offers four specific sector picks.
While less pointedly opportunistic, Morgan Stanley's wealth management team also has suggestions for traders looking to capitalize on recent weakness. The firm recently outlined four trades tailor-made to thrive during future sell-offs.
And then there's Bank of America, which is closely watching a series of under-the-radar indicators that suggest the
Going beyond this smorgasbord of actionable advice, see below Business Insider's best Investing stories of the week. They include a wide array of additional recommendations, strategies, and tips for navigating uncertainty.
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Matthew Caruso captured a 382% return in the first half of 2020, and trading methodology stems from William O'Neil's renowned CANSLIM approach.
Caruso supercharges aspects of O'Neil's strategy by cutting losses at 3%, building monetary-policy projections into his model, leveraging time-based rules, and jettisoning positions at what look like obvious buy points to the untrained eye. He recently listed three stocks that have helped contribute to his extraordinary performance.
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US Investing Championship hopeful Matthew Caruso landed a 382% return in the first half of 2020. He shares the unique twist he's putting on a classic trading strategy — and 3 stocks he's holding right now.
Tasha Keeney, an analyst at the $28.4 billion asset manager ARK Investment Management, explained to Business Insider how Tesla's new equity issuance is structured in a way that favors retail investors and could help ramp up production.
Meanwhile, David Baron of the Baron Focused Growth Fund broke down his Tesla bull case, citing how the company has become smarter and more efficient, cash rich, and highly profitable.
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One of Tesla's biggest bulls on Wall Street breaks down how the company's $5 billion stock sale could benefit retail investors — and explains why the electric-car giant would still be cheap at $1,400 per share in 2024
David Baron's fund has returned 93% to investors in the last 12 months thanks to a Tesla bet 5 years ago. He told us why he thinks the electric-car behemoth has much further to run, despite its huge rally.
Stock pick central
Seeking experts who are willing to name names? Look no further:
- GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 19 stocks right now for big future gains once a COVID-19 vaccine is available
- Female portfolio managers are outperforming their male counterparts so far in 2020. These are the 25 stocks they own the most compared to men, according to Goldman Sachs.
- A commercial real -investing expert explains why the future of offices isn't as bleak as you think — and shares 3 property stocks set for gains no matter the path the COVID-19 recovery
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Quote of the week
"You're going to continue to see a recovery in the consumer, particularly as we continue to add jobs. So we like consumer sectors. I think you're going to see a stockpiling of medical equipment and medication in response to the pandemic so areas of biotech and pharma are attractive."
— Steven Chiavarone, co-manager of the $395.3 million Federated Hermes Global Allocation fund, on what investors should be looking to buy amid the stock market's sell-off
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