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Stocks Appear To Be Rebounding From Here: How To Play The Rally Continuation
- S&P 500 rallies off the 100 day moving average to close up 1.26% Thursday.
- US Dollar is at overbought levels and looks ripe for a correction, supporting a rally in equities.
- Basic materials, financial services and energy sectors remain the most undervalued sectors right now.
4 Major Predictions For 2015
- Shiller PE at 26.67 is in a "historical dangerzone".
- Margin debt has reached a new record, at 2.91% of US GDP.
- Eurozone faces troubles with Greece, falling euro and potential QE program.
- Continued decline in oil will have far reaching implications.
- Lack of "safety" securities creates another source of uncertainty for investors.
LUV To SAVE: Falling Oil Gives Airlines Life
- With Oil down -41.3% year to date, airlines benefit greatly from continued lower cost associated with fuel costs.
- UAL, DAL, LUV, SAVE are some of the top players in the industry that should continue to profit and gain market share in the industry.
- Bloomberg estimates airline industry will see $12 billion "windfall" in earnings as airliners see lower cost and offer limited discounts to consumers.
4 Medical Device Companies Worth A Look Based On Risk
- With medical devices continuing to see increased demand, there are various ways to gain exposure to this growth based on risk tolerance.
- Growth in demand for these devices in Asia is set to grow over the next several years, as emerging markets continue to upgrade current systems.
- As the bull market continues forward with some analysts questioning its age and stability, investors should turn to industries that are resilient or in high demand.
- Should You Turn To Low-Volatility ETFs During Market Uncertainty? Part 2
Should You Turn To Low-Volatility ETFs During Market Uncertainty? Part 1
- The S&P 500 closed out the year with 31.8% gain and economic reports signaled that the economic recovery was taking hold.
- As the bull market nears its 5th year, history says we could be experiencing a significant correction sometime in the near future.
- Long-term investors have some relatively new options at their disposal in the form of low-volatility ETFs.
- These funds help curb volatility risk and maintain equity market exposure relatively cheaply.
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