Rate Hike in March 2022
Just one year ago, Millennials and Gen-Z demographics were buying stocks left and right to the point that GME’s stock had to be halted and make national news.
Wealth Research Group came out and discussed how a national event, which is financial, in nature, becoming a social debate, is a clear sign of the market peak.
Just one month later, high growth/non-profitable/super-
The poster-woman of this market peak is Cathie Wood, whose funds and ETFs peaked at the same time. I’ve been tracking 23 different stocks, associated with this group and their decline, from their record highs, has been dramatic.
Even worse, Millennials have kept doubling down and buying more, on the way down, reasoning that any pullback would be met with a rebound.
This has not been the case.
Just because a stock is down by 50%-70% means nothing, because some of these companies were overvalued by so much that only now are they remotely fairly valued, but some are true steals and have overshot on the way down.
I’m putting together a full list for 2022, which will include a short overview of each of these, at what price I’ll be finally buying into them and what percentage of my portfolio will be dedicated to each.
No company will make this list, unless it has a plausible and probable path to doubling in price within three years or less. I will also rate them by risk, on a scale of 1-10.
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In contrast to 2000-2002, when the Dot.com bubble burst, the demographics of the United States are so much better, so I DO NOT think for a second that we’re entering a rough, multi-year sideways or bear market.
This is not a normal rate hike period; the labor force is tight as hell, indices are at all-time highs, the real estate market is blowing-up and, in practice, we’ve just seen the worst inflationary crisis in 40 years.
What the Federal Reserve is doing could be aggressive, but it is what’s called for.
The average person got crushed with real-world inflation, while the financial economy blossomed with fake prosperity. It’s time to normalize as much as possible and the FED is not even talking about high interest rates; they’re referring to just 0.75%.
Yesterday, with the release of the December Minutes, the market suddenly realized that the FED isn’t dialing back and isn’t hesitant.
In two months, the FED will raise rates and we believe that it’s a good thing for society and for markets.
The 10-year Treasury yield is 1.72%, as I write this, and climbing. It is back to pre-pandemic levels. The 2.00% mark is a red line for markets; if the yields continue to climb, expect a full-blown correction in the S&P 500, after which you’ll have an ideal entry point.
Patience is crucial – there’s no rush.
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