S&P 500

Minimize Risk Without Sacrificing Returns? Sven Tells You How

By dissecting the S&P 500 per valuation quintiles we see that only parts of the market are overvalued. Historically, buying the lowest PE quintile stocks has increased annual returns by 360 basis points. High PE stocks have large market capitalizations which force you to own more of them through index funds, increasing your risks and… Read More »Minimize Risk Without Sacrificing Returns? Sven Tells You How

Signs of Fragility in the Economy Point to an Impending Bear Market. What To Do Now To Protect Yourself.

The last jobs report was good news but it also indicates higher costs and full employment. An “easy to hire, easy to fire” mentality is in the air. Healthcare, cash or short term trades should be the best options in this situation. Introduction Last week the Nasdaq and S&P 500 reached yet another record high.… Read More »Signs of Fragility in the Economy Point to an Impending Bear Market. What To Do Now To Protect Yourself.

Euphoria & Denial Point to the Last Days of the Bull Market

Risks are cumulating and getting bigger. U.S. GDP growth is slower than expected, earnings and oil prices continue to decline. Japan is unable to grow while BREXIT risks are still unfolding. Introduction It is difficult to find good news lately. The last really good news was the June jobs report when 287,000 jobs were added.… Read More »Euphoria & Denial Point to the Last Days of the Bull Market

Corporate Earnings of the S&P 500’s Top 10: Why It Is Important for You

Corporate earnings and fundamentals are variable, pick the stocks that best suit you. There are low PE ratio stocks, high growth stocks, and high dividend yielders – anything you might want. But be aware: some companies engage in buybacks that are detrimental to shareholders’ value. Introduction When you add up the top ten companies by… Read More »Corporate Earnings of the S&P 500’s Top 10: Why It Is Important for You