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Hey, Nick Hodge here, wishing you a happy holiday season.
I wanted to let you know that I just put the finishing touches on the December issue of Foundational Profits.
As I say every month, there's a lot in there. But it’s especially true this month of December — the last month of 2021 heading into 2022 — with some market winds starting to change.
Specifically, we had the sell off in stocks on Black Friday and a little bit of volatility after that.
That's starting to level out in the stock market, but there's volatility in other places of the market still — specifically in the energy space.
I get into that and what to do with that energy space, as it relates to oil and gas, which we've been long in Foundational Profits since late 2020. You've got a lot of bandwagon jumpers and oil and gas “experts” jumping on the long oil bandwagon now.
I'm not so sure that’s the right move. We've already made 60% from that sector in the last 12 months. And I think it's time to look to other pastures because of the dollar strengthening, which means commodities are weakening a little bit. And bond yields are pulling back, or at least not going up as strong as they were, which means inflation is taking a bit of a breather.
So I have three new recommendations to capitalize on this changing of market cycles here headed into the end of the year.
Specifically, we get longer of a REIT that owns low income housing. And we get into some home builders in particular with rates pulling back a little bit, 90-some million millennial-aged adults — not children anymore — looking for houses and raising families. I think the real estate boom that you've seen recently is going to continue, especially now that, like I say, bond rates are ticking down a bit.
I still see strong pricing in housing, especially in quality housing markets. And I want to own housing in my portfolio. We get into that in this issue.
And then we talk about automakers. Rivian has been the talk of the town lately and IPOed recently. And Tesla, of course, has a trillion dollar market cap.
But there's a lot of quality auto stocks that you can use to harness upside, not just because of the electrification of the sector, but also because people are replacing their vehicles now. Auto makers are starting to have cars once again, and there's some really good, fundamentally driven auto parts makers that have low PEs, are spitting off cash flow, and are increasing dividends.
I make one recommendation with a full report on one of those companies that provides parts to many automakers, especially larger truck and bus makers that supply fleets and municipalities that are converting to electric cars.
So again, an action packed issue of Foundational Profits for December.
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And I hope you and yours have a happy holiday season.
Hope to see you over at Foundational Profits soon!