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Safe Stocks Aren’t Safe…Rethinking What to Buy in a Stock Crash

Stock prices are falling, down more than 5% in September, and the usual safe stocks during a crash are NOT working! Where can you invest for safety and upside? 🤑 Get The Weekly Bow-Tie – my FREE weekly email newsletter sharing market updates, trends and the most important news! Market Updates for the Smart Investor! https://mystockmarketbasics.com/dailybowtie

The stock market fell last month for the first time in a year and investors can no longer ignore the possibility of a stock market crash. The problem is, the traditional safety investments during a crash are falling as well. Stocks in the utilities and consumer staples sectors are down, gold prices are falling and even bonds are posting negative returns.

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Understanding why the stock market is falling and why these safe investments aren’t working will help you better position your portfolio if there’s more pain to come. In this livestream, I’ll explain why stocks are falling and the possibility for a stock market crash. I’ll show you the stock market news that is leading the market and how I’m investing. I’ll then reveal the new safe stocks to buy that will not only protect you from more downside to stock prices but some upside return as well.

The base case is still for only a minor correction in stocks, no more than 10% lower. The three factors causing stocks to fall that I’ll discuss are an issue but bigger is the fact that the economy is growing and in really good shape. Households and corporations have a lot of cash saved and ready to spend.
That doesn’t mean a stock market crash can’t happen though and I expect a bigger 25%-plus crash within the next two years. We won’t get the kind of stimulus from the government that we got last year and interest rates are increasing.

Bonds, utilities and other safe stocks aren’t working because interest rates are rising but other factors are also working against them. For true safety if stocks keep falling, you need to be investing in the stocks and groups that are benefitting from higher rates, a stronger dollar and higher energy prices.

Weakness in the stock market doesn’t mean you need to sell stocks and shift to cash. Nobody ever made money that way. It does mean you need to be smart about the stocks you own and understand why stocks are falling now.

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Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.
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