Viewpoints: Should you sell in May?
If you follow this strategy, here's what to think about as April turns to May.
ACTIVE INVESTOR WEEKLY EDITION: APRIL 23, 2021
Should you "sell in May"?If you follow this strategy, here's what to think about as April turns to May.
CHART OF THE WEEK
Consumer, financials could leadEarnings expectations for the consumer discretionary and financials sectors are sky high, due to favorable comparables from last year, when COVID-19 first took hold of the global economy.
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The recovery acceleratesGaining steam: Markets have been riding high so far this year, fueled by a reopening economy, low interest rates, and fiscal stimulus. While no one expects policymakers to pump the brakes anytime soon, investors should be aware of the risks posed by rising inflation and high valuations, and some ways to manage them.
A booster for bank stocksPoised for buybacks: Bank stocks have not been the market's darlings in recent years. But some of the biggest names in the sector appear well-positioned to start increasing share buybacks—thanks to strong balance sheets and improving loan portfolios—which could provide a boost for the stocks.
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