From Yun Li: For some, value investing has been left for dead after years of underperformance. However, Goldman Sachs says there’s still life left in the classic factor strategy, especially with the Fed set to cut rates again.
From Yun Li : Value investing might have lost its value.
From Contrarian Outlook: I’m going to get straight to brass tacks. Let’s discuss 2 closed-end funds with up to 18% upside in the next 12 months,plus yields up to 5.8%. Both are leading a blockbuster trend almost everyone has missed.
From David Fabian: The first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency has been good for the stock market. Whether you agree with his policies or not, there is optimism for the future of the global economy that is being reflected in the recent price action.
From Zacks: As soon as the market skyrocketed on renewed Trump bump, investors started doubting the tenure of the rally. The S&P 500 reached a record closing high for the fourth successive session on February 14.
From Taki Tsaklanos: The key challenge for every investor is to be invested in market segments that are trending. Right now, value stocks as a market segment is trending higher, while growth stocks are seemingly stagnating.
From FMDCapital.com: The stock market has now broken out to new all-time highs and many investors may be ill-positioned to take advantage of the latest surge. Based on sentiment indicators, fund flows, and structural positioning the overwhelming momentum has been with defensive areas of the market.
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