Trends

  • 11 Apr
    The FED Is Feeding Journalists Stability While Also Confessing Its Cluelessness

    The FED Is Feeding Journalists Stability While Also Confessing Its Cluelessness

    • Reading the FED’s meeting minutes is necessary to grasp those trends that will shape investment returns but are not explicit or immediate.
    • The FED has started discussing running down its balance sheet if the economy stays on track.
    • However, the FED also just told us that they have no clue what will happen this year or in the next few years. Read this article and the FED’s minutes if you don’t believe it.

    Introduction

    Last week the FED released its meeting minutes. It’s always a good idea to take a look at the minutes as inside you can find interesting long term trends that aren’t yet recognized by the market but will eventually surface. More →

  • 05 Apr
    Healthcare Is The Only Sector Where Investing Now Isn’t That Bad Of An Idea

    Healthcare Is The Only Sector Where Investing Now Isn’t That Bad Of An Idea

    • Fundamentals and the long-term demographic trend show that the healthcare sector is undervalued.
    • As it’s a recession-proof sector, largely diversified investors should be overweight healthcare and seize the current halt in price growth.
    • We’ll discuss the top ten healthcare stocks and show that there is something for everybody to invest in: dividends, stability, low valuation, high valuation, growth, takeovers, etc.

    Introduction

    Yesterday’s article focused on how baby boomers will put downward pressure on stocks in the next 15 years. Today we’ll discuss a way to make money on the same trend. More →

  • 06 Dec
    Read The News, But Don’t Trade On It. Sven Tells You Why.

    Read The News, But Don’t Trade On It. Sven Tells You Why.

    • Today we’ll look at a few examples and discuss how news influences markets and creates opportunities.
    • In the end, trends prevail, so focus on them.

    “Yesterday’s News Is Tomorrow’s Old Paper”

    The job of financial journalists and analysts is to be constantly producing copy to fill the empty spaces in newspapers and online platforms. Wherever you look, there is breaking news, opinions, and analysis about the latest news or hype filled with advice for your portfolio and on what you should do. As most online platforms make money from ads, news has to be constant, spectacular, and sold to you as very important. More →

    By Sven Carlin Investiv Daily Trends