Dan Ferris – Post FAANG strategies The Unwind

by northbanker | October 10, 2019 9:32 am

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    bunion132
    Oct 12 2019, 10:25:19 pm

    As I eagerly await the Thinkolator’s revelation of the 3 stocks Dan Ferris is teasing, I’m guessing (for my own amusement) that he’s looking in the direction of the Gold, Oil &Energy and Financial sectors.

    I don’t know of a particular economic, global, political, or whatever event that occurred on September 9th for Ferris to name it as the pivotal date for the “unwind”. What I do know from my own portfolio is that the 9th was the worst day in the stock market in the month of September.

    Here’s a summary of what happened on that day:
    1) There was, as Yahoo Finance describes, a “washout of the S-a-a-S stocks”. Judging by today’s charts, it’s only OKTA of the popular stocks in that space that has rebounded from the fall.

    2) Other sectors declined, too, that day – Gold, REITs, Utilities, bond yields. As for the high-flying FAANG+MSFT stocks, it was mix – some up & some down but insignificant.

    3) Conversely, the Energy Sector outperformed that day and Bank stocks were up.

    What then will replace the FAANGs if not SaaS stocks? If the Trade War is resolved soon, I think Semiconductors will reclaim their leadership in the market. If the standstill continues, forget the Tech sector.

    I’m adding Gold back to the mix because it has been dormant for some time…but that has not deterred Dan Ferris from pounding the table for this metal’s comeback. Why, just check Gumshoe historical coverage for his reco’s to see what I mean!

    In the Financial sector, investors have been embracing REITS but avoiding Bank stocks because we’re at the alleged tail-end of the bull market. Meantime, Energy, Oil & Gas has been the most consistently underperforming sector for about a decade. So it won’t surprise me if Dan Ferris sees a cyclical shift to either or both of these Sectors for his latest picks.

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      Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
      Oct 16 2019, 02:09:32 pm

      Haven’t seen any detail in those teasers, but chemical companies in general are in the “cheap and hated” category at the moment so I suspect the reader is referring to one or more of the Dow-DuPont breakup companies — which will be Dow (DOW), DuPont (DD), and Corteva (CTVA)

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