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How To Love Stocks Even If You Hate the Market
As the end of the year nears, many investors find themselves loving certain stocks, but hating the stock market. This is understandable and entirely surmountable with just a little creativity.
How to Love Tariff Man and Volatility
If all of this stock market volatility quickens your pulse, and makes you feel more alive, these days of incredibly sharp stock moves should be extraordinarily delightful.
Volatility Is Back
After yesterday’s extraordinary decline in the stock market, the critical question is what happens next. Many investors are rattled, and some major banks, including J.P. Morgan are now advising clients that cash is screening more attractively than the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index. This chart will help investors contextualize the recent market volatility, and provide some historical perspective. Of course, one chart or datapoint is never enough to define an investment thesis, but this fact is clear: volatility is back and risks are multiplying.
Only Volatility Is Real
Only volatility is real.
What happens in the stock market on a daily basis is often a transitory illusion, a glimpse of chaos, and a snapshot of overwrought emotion.
GE's Fire Dance
Buy General Electric stock and embrace your inner venture capitalist.
Think of the purchase as an inexpensive (relatively) bolt-on acquisition to your portfolio that may produce outsized returns. If the deal implodes, use the loss to offset gains on other parts of your portfolio. If you can live with that kind of defined risk on an extraordinarily dysfunctional company, there are ways to make the deal even more palatable.
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