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A Superinvestor Identifies Two Sectors Investors Must Avoid Today - Plus A Few Free Stock Ideas

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Enough With My Shameless Plug - Here Is Your Superinvestor Reading

Over time Chris Davis of Davis funds has done a good job of actively managing money for his investors having beaten the market over time.

The excerpt below is from his annual letter and identifies two specific sectors that Davis believes present the risk of loss of investment capital today:

A final important and knowable fact is investors often feel safest when risks are greatest. From internet mania to the housing boom, what looked like a sure thing in the rear view mirror ended up a speculative bubble.

Two sectors where investors feel safe today have risen to levels that appear risky to us.

First, many popular dividend-paying stocks, often referred to as dividend darlings, have been bid up to premium valuations that could spell trouble for investors who assume dividends are guaranteed.

Second, with regulatory encouragement, roughly a trillion dollars has been switched from actively managed funds into passive index funds since 2007. Such huge fund flows create momentum, as more money is automatically invested in those stocks whose prices have already gone up. Unfortunately, momentum-based strategies lead to bubbles and bubbles eventually burst.

His message is not unique today amongst the top investors of the world and I hope dear reader that you have been listening.

You can read his entire letter through the link below, it contains a few free stock ideas for you.

Have a great weekend,

Reese Morgan

Editor, The Superinvestor Bulletin

Disclosure: I/we have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours.