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The best stocks are a steal if there’s a correction coming

Sep 02, 2021

Good morning!


Early gains after a better-than-expected jobs report this morning, but I think there’s a bigger concern.

Here’s my playbook.

1 – Here comes “mu” – what to buy now


I have been as emphatic as I have been consistent from the very beginning of the pandemic … the real challenge is a variant that outruns current medical technology. Now apparently, there may be one out there … mu.

We will beat Covid, of that I am certain. However, that doesn’t mean I’m stupid and neither are you.

Investing and trading are about playing the odds and offense, even if that means being “defensive.” I strongly suggest profit targets and trailing stops like we’ve been discussing for a few weeks now but also having a few $ in inverse funds or a few S&P 500 put options on deck “just in case.”

If there’s a change in market sentiment or panic sets in, it will happen quickly.

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2 – This stock is a steal if there’s more hoarding


My wife stopped by Costco yesterday as part of our weekly grocery run and found out first-hand that media reports about hoarding are correct, at least in our neck of the woods. Toilet paper, paper towels and more are already in short supply. Limits are also being put in place for hand sanitiser and cleaners, apparently.

Just in time needs to be replaced by just in case.

Corporations will have to figure out how to better manage adaptability and unpredictable human behaviour and I know just the player to help ‘em do it … Palantir.

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3 – Avoid Chinese tech, unless you like playing with fire


China’s Ministry of Transport has apparently summoned 11 ride-hailing companies for “illegal behaviour” including using unapproved vehicles and drivers, fake discounts, promotions and more.

Not that I’m surprised.

Confucian ethics de-emphasize legal coercion and, instead, prioritize moral exhortation and inspiration by example. That’s why you see the “shame” of a summoning rather than simply fines or legal challenges as you would in the West. It’s also why Beijing goes to great lengths to stress the interests of society whenever there’s a problem.

Anybody buying into Chinese stocks because they think they’re bargain hunting may get lucky, but the situation is a long way from over.

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4 – Digital ID, but not for me??!!


Admittedly, we all know this is coming. I don’t have the luxury of taking sides but am merely pointing out the glaring hypocrisy that seems to be presenting itself. And, naturally, Apple is the first company in the water.

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5 - Houston, we have a problem


Tesla has reportedly delayed its $200,000 rocket-powered roadster until 2023. Apparently, the Space X thruster will allow 0-60 in 1.1 seconds, even possibly allow the car to fly very briefly.

I wonder about re-entry … and stoplights!

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Bottom Line


Success in the markets doesn’t come from anything you do occasionally.

It comes from what you do consistently.

If you’d like a little help, I’m here.

Make it a GREAT day!


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