QE Infinity: What we've learned from previous easing experiments
Updated: Sep 19
TL;DR: the Federal reserve has just printed $3tn and this is just the beginning of it. To buy with confidence halfway through a rebound, here’s TOGGLE AI’s 8 best bullish ideas, diversified across 8 different investing styles.
The Federal Reserve has embarked on the largest and fastest experiment of QE ever conducted. For context, this move is twice as large as QE1, or the same size as QE2 but pretty much conducted overnight.
“...we put together a basket of our AI’s best ideas diversified by investing style”
Markets have been very volatile as they digested the counterbalancing consequences of a near-certain recession dampened by massive monetary stimulus. In risk-adjusted terms, S&P 500 experienced the sharpest move in its history...ever.
That’s what 12-standard deviations look like
With a market that already rebounded half way, it is challenging to find stocks to own that feel on a solid footing. To achieve true diversification, we put together our best AI ideas varied by investing style, as opposed to sector or geography. Here are four bullish ideas for investors and four for traders.
Four bullish stocks for investors
Robert Half (RHI:NYSE) - supported by Strong EPS Revisions
Pingtan (PME: NASD) - supported by Deep Value
CoreCivic (CWX:NYSE) - supported by Extreme Dividend Yield
Kazar Life Science (KZR:NASD) - supported by Strong Expected Growth
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Four bullish stocks for traders
Lamar Advertising (LAMR:NASD) - supported by Recovering Oversold Entry-Point
Caesarstone (CSTE: NASD) - supported by Deep Value
US Energy (USEG:NASD) - supported by Price Support Level
Monster Energy (MNST:NASD) - supported by Technical Analysis
Whether markets experience a recovery or a complete reversal, these two baskets seek to stack the odds in favour of investors and traders, based on all available data to today.
Feeling bearish instead? Believe that the crash in oil shows what’s really waiting for us in the rest of 2020? Read What to sell when oil goes to -$40