4 November 2021
Welcome to the first Stock Take issue for November. Read on to see where the action is happening in the share markets.
As we predicted a few weeks ago, the US market has begun to enter a period that can best be described as a ‘melt up’. That’s when so much money floods into the share markets that prices escalate well beyond what many would describe as sensible valuations.
Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average (gold line) and the Nasdaq Composite Index (black line) have hit new record highs this week, and it appears that tech stocks, with their lower cost bases and faster growth rates, are outpacing the more traditional sectors of the economy.
With massive corporate share buybacks, huge government spending plans and the emergence of inflationary pressures, it is not hard to imagine the markets can rise to new heights in the run up to Christmas. By comparison, New Zealand and Australia are going sideways, so it appears the US is where all the action is going to be concentrated for a while.
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Tip of the Week
This week’s tip of the week is for a company that operates in the automotive retail industry. The company’s latest results were ahead of its expectations and they are planning to make an acquisition towards the end of the month to increase their diversification.
See the tip here.
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