In this episode, we’re going to talk about the reopening of the economy and those big mega-cap tech stocks that are now going to be part of the S&P 500. Additionally, we will discuss products Wall Street loves to sell to scam you and what to avoid at all costs so you can create a portfolio that will give you better odds to win long-term and create your wealth. We’ve got a great show for you. Let’s get to it!
You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in...
- Money moving from big tech to value stocks [1:30]
- What is a small-cap value stock? [4:00]
- The sucker trade of the year [6:44]
- The Tipping Point [9:04]
- Can I put my entire net worth into Apple stock? [11:31]
- Should high yield bonds be in your portfolio? [12:59]
- Whole life insurance policies [14:31]
- S&P 500 stocking stuffers [16:39]
- Hidden Facts of Finance [18:37]
- The new second richest man in the world [19:35]
- TV blues [23:09]
What does rotation even mean?
It’s Wall Street jargon! When we're talking about rotation it means money has been moving out of these big tech names and moving into other stocks like value stocks. Value stocks such as financials or energy stocks. And we talk about the proverbial reopening of the economic trade like money going into cruise stocks, airlines, hotels, or pretty much anything but tech. These small-cap stocks outperform larger companies and they are less expensive and inexpensive stocks outperform expensive ones. Why is it that investors miss the fact that there are all these other great opportunities out there when they're investing money?
This week on the tipping point: This season’s financial stocking stuffers
Here are a few financial instruments that you may want to have in your stocking this year...and maybe some you don’t. First up are annuities, which can be very appropriate for some of you but should not be the only thing in your portfolio. They often come with an income stream for life, and who’s not attracted to THOSE words! However, that can come at a cost. All annuities are not all created equal so know what you’re getting before you stuff this into your stocking. Check out the episode for the rest of this story!
This week’s hidden facts of finance
Airbnb shares more than doubled on their market debut on the NASDAQ stock market two weeks ago, and DoorDash certs, 86% all in its first day of trading. Is this a bubble? Anything that goes up 86% in its first days is more than likely being very overinflated. So we would say yes.
The sale of Bob Dylan’s songwriting catalog to universal music publishing group was announced last week, the price wasn't disclosed, but it said it was sold between $300 and $400 million. There may be a lot of people excited to hear those songs sung by someone other than Bob. We’ve got some more facts for you so be sure to tune in to hear them!
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