The “There Is No Alternative (TINA)” mantra is a refrain that says stocks should be bought because bond yields are so paltry. Now that rates are rising, is the recent embrace of value stocks here to stay? Jeff Weniger discusses.
The S&P 500 has been struggling at the 3,000 level for months. U.S. equities felt unstoppable back in in June and July, but August and September were choppy. Our dividend-weighted approaches could help protect investors from a possible market decline.
It’s not often that you come across a chart that rivals levels last seen when the stock market bottomed out during the global financial crisis. That chart also marked the beginning of the end for growth stocks for years to come. Jeff Weniger discusses today’s growth stock levels as a potential turning point for value investing.
With Canadians focused on housing, is it time to consider a knock-on effect south of the border? Jeff Weniger discusses how to get in front of the “Chinafornia” slowdown.
At the risk of making a 34-year-old pop culture reference, growth stock fundamentals recall the question first posed by Wendy’s: “Where’s the beef?” As was the case in 1984, when war was declared on McDonald’s and Burger King, there appears to be a lot of “bun” in the U.S. growth stock story, but not a lot of “meat” in their valuations.