Displaying items by tag: Growth

Tuesday, 08 June 2021 17:28

ARK Innovation ETF is making a comeback

(New York)

Cathie Wood’s Fintech ETF, ARK Innovation (ARKK), has had a rough couple of months. Most of ARK’s ETFs were in a similar position, but…see the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site

Published in Eq: Tech

Tech has been hit hard the past few weeks over rising inflation concerns and what that means for companies with ether cash flows…see the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site

Published in Eq: Tech
Friday, 02 April 2021 06:46

ESG Grows and Branches into New Territory

(New York)

The Pandemic has shifted the paradigm for many investors as they look to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) to make up…read the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site

Published in Eq: Tech
Friday, 13 November 2020 08:29

Goldman Says a Big S&P 500 Jump is Coming

(New York)

The market has been doing very well since October 30th, up around 9%. Goldman thinks even bigger gains are coming for the S&P 500. The bank has been encouraged by investors’ response after the election and thinks that the vaccine is really in the driver’s seat. The bank’s research team has significantly upgraded their earnings forecasts for next year and 2022 based on the better-than-expected recovery. According to Barron’s, a few assumptions underpin Goldman’s outlook, “at least one vaccine becoming widely available in the U.S., less drastic changes in policy because Congress is most likely to be divided, and the continued V-shaped economic recovery”. Goldman’s official forecast for the S&P 500 at the end of 2022 is 4,300 and a 20% gain from now through the end of 2021.


FINSUM: The “continued v-shaped recovery” is the most volatile aspect of these assumptions, but they also discounted a potentially positive one—another stimulus package. The forecast seems reasonable.

Published in Eq: Large Cap
Monday, 08 June 2020 10:57

JP Morgan Says Value Stocks Will Shine

(New York)

It has been a long, long, time since value stocks really had a shining moment. Growth has been outperforming value for over a decade now. However, strategists at JP Morgan say that value stocks may start to shine very soon. This underlying parts of this economy—weaker but still improving—are the exact conditions where value stocks traditionally shine. These pre-requisites for success seem likely to stay in place. There does not appear to be a second wave of infections brewing, there is ample government support for the economy, and economic data is trending more positively than negatively.


FINSUM: The typical rotation into value (such as in 2008-2009) takes over 100 days and has 18% upside. The logic here is sound, but we still wonder if value will outperform growth.

Published in Eq: Value
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