Trading the Fed, plus insights from a 99th-percentile fund manager
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Hello and welcome to Insider Investing. I'm Joe Ciolli, and I'm here to guide you through the current market and investing landscape. Here's what's on the docket:
- The Federal Reserve left interest rates steady this past week while setting the stage for two hikes by year-end 2023. Insider spoke with Wall Street and crypto investors to gauge how to position for the hawkish shift.
- We chatted with Hennessy Funds' Dave Ellison, who's in the 99th percentile compared to peers over the past year. He told us why he expects financials to stay on a tear - and shared 5 specific stocks to buy now for upside.
- The formerly red-hot SPAC market has slowed considerably in recent weeks, and short sellers have been ramping up bets. Exclusive data shows the 20 most-shorted blank-check companies right now.
The Federal Reserve left interest rates steady this past week while setting the stage for two hikes by year-end 2023. Traders, who took a wait-and-see approach before the Fed meeting, quickly sprung into action. Insider spoke with Wall Street and crypto investors to gauge how to position for the hawkish shift.
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The Fed has left rates steady while signaling 2 potential hikes by the end of 2023. Here is what to do with your stocks, bonds, and digital assets, according to top Wall Street and crypto investors.
Financial-sector stocks have outperformed the rest of the market over the last several months. Hennessy Funds' Dave Ellison - who's in the 99th percentile compared to peers over the past year - told Insider he expects their strong performance to continue. He shared 5 financial stocks to buy now in order to take advantage of the remaining upside.
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Dave Ellison has beaten 99% of his peers over the last year managing the Hennessy Small-Cap Financial Fund. He breaks down why he thinks financial stocks still have room to run - and shares 5 names to bet on
Short interest in SPACs stood at $3.2 billion in mid-June, up from $2.7 billion. The uptick in SPAC shorts comes as the market works to recover from a weeks-long slowdown, and one ETF manager expects recently "de-SPACed" companies to see short activity surge soon. Exclusive data shows the 20 most-shorted blank-check companies right now.
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Bets against SPACs are revving back up as the market attempts a comeback. Here are the 20 most-shorted blank-check companies now.
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Stock pick central
Seeking experts who are willing to name names? Look no further:
- Goldman Sachs says buy these 37 stocks that will offer strong returns with minimal risk through year-end as growth names regain leadership
- Jefferies shares its 24 stock picks to buy for the best performance during the rest of 2021, taken from a list that's trouncing the market so far this year
- Bank of America flags 26 stocks to buy that are also hugely popular among giant Wall Street investors
- Credit Suisse says to buy these 18 tech stocks now while they're cheap and ahead of their years of powerful profit growth
- 2 experts from leading cybersecurity ETFs lay out 5 themes that are central in fighting digital warfare - including 9 stocks that are combating the surge in cyber attacks
- Goldman Sachs says buy these 21 energy stocks with unique catalysts that will propel them higher through year-end as the sector outshines the broader market
- DBS Bank’s custom financing leads the way for companies trying to reach net-zero goals
- Republic Day 2022 – Here is a list of wishes and messages you can send to your fellow citizens
- Brands celebrate Republic Day with patriotic fervour
- OPINION: Tax consolidation schemes is the need of the hour for India’s renewable energy sector
- Air India's new policy on pre-flight weight checks is not going well with its staff
- Anand Mahindra responds after farmer's humiliation at SUV showroom
- MakeMyTrip's founder Deep Kalra moves into a chief mentor role