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This summary was created by AI, based on 8 opinions in the last 12 months.

Experts have varied opinions on the company CASH, with some prioritizing the safety and stability of high interest savings accounts, while others emphasize the potential for market downturns and the benefits of holding a significant cash reserve. Overall, the consensus appears to be cautious optimism, with a focus on the benefits and potential drawbacks of holding cash as an investment strategy.

Consensus
Cautious
Valuation
Fair Value
PAST TOP PICK
CASH
(A Top Pick Mar 03/23, Up 6.2%)BNS high interest savings account.

Still owns it but a lot less, as he's gone more into equities and tax-favourable coupon bonds. Still a very compelling offering. At this moment, instruments are yielding slightly over 5%, though the rate moves around.

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BUY
CASH

Sitting tight and not buying. He expects a 4-5% pullback short term.

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BUY
CASH

Interest classified as income on this product - therefore taxable. Not a significant premium, but very safe option. Good overall. 

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PAST TOP PICK
CASH
(A Top Pick Mar 03/23, Up 5%)High Interest Savings Account

Rate of return may have come down slightly since then. Chose it because of high chance of recession. You got 5%, risk free, with high level of optionality, beautiful. It's a gift that we didn't have for 30 years. With chances of soft landing increasing, much of this cash has been deployed into equities and coupon bonds.

In a 70/30 portfolio, he's about 76% equities right now, as the market's had a fabulous run. But trees don't grow to the sky, so he wouldn't be surprised by a pullback in equities. The rest of this money will be available to deploy when that happens.

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COMMENT
CASH

It was a non-earning asset for over a decade, but not now. The only risk is in reinvesting say, a GIC--where to put that money. He chooses bonds and has been reducing cash for clients from over 10% to much lower. Likes US 10-year treasuries paying nearly 5%, a gift. Rates will decline going forward, but not to 0. 3.5-4% is the target.

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PAST TOP PICK
CASH
(A Top Pick Sep 05/23, Up 4%)

He made 4% in a time when the market declined 4% just by holding cash. He hold 27-30% cash, which is high. His historic high is 40%.

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TOP PICK
CASH

The S&P got overbought, led by the big 7 megatech stocks. Add to that seasonality when September is historically weak. He's holding 21% cash, but that will likely change in a few weeks if markets fall. He thinks the S&P can fall back to 4,200-4,300.

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BUY
CASH

Cash is good. Cash makes sense.  If you don't like the market or don't like any stocks, then sell stocks and raise cash. This will protect you against a lousy market. Cash is for losers? Ridiculous.

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PAST TOP PICK
CASH
(A Top Pick May 25/23, Up 0%)

The breadth and sentiment of the market is not great. He still holds cash to use if last week's correction results in a further small  pullback.

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TOP PICK
CASH

Lid on the S&P 500 is 4200 right now, and it hasn't cracked it since last year. He sold his S&P index when it got close. He's heavy into cash, around 33%. Beyond those 6 magic stocks on the NASDAQ, the broad picture shows that most stocks are going down. 

The TSX has a bit of upside potential to just over 20,000 for a trade, but how much will it take to get through that? Certainly the Canadian banks haven't reported wonderfully lately. 

He's in cautious mode. He'll wait and see what happens.

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HOLD
CASH
The sell-off this week and today caused by bank failures

This is the start of a broader decline. If you must be in the market, maybe go into big tech, which lacks balance sheet and lending concerns, but there will be growth concerns. He isn't buying anything at all, but is preserving capital. Cash.

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DON'T BUY
CASH

Be careful going into to cash, because you could miss the timing when it's actually better to be in stocks. He doesn't advocate raising cash.

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COMMENT
CASH

The January rally was due to multiple expansion and add FOMO. The brunt of Fed activity (rate hikes) has yet to be felt. The market now is a good reset. There is an insatiable appetite to buy stocks, but it's better to be in cash, because the second half of 2023 will be miserable when we see the impact of these hikes. The risk now is to the downside.

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TOP PICK
CASH

Stockchaser Trevor Rose recently recommended good, old-fashioned cash. These are uncertain markets, equities are lagging, but we've likely endured the worst of interest rate hikes. Have a stash o' cash handy to take advantage of market sell-offs. The bears have not exhausted themselves, but the time to market will enter overselling. Banks are now offering attract high-interest savings accounts paying in the neighbourhood of 4.5% and even 5%. Park your money there without risk and be ready to deploy to pick up an undervalued stock when it goes on sale.

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TOP PICK
CASH
Their holding of cash went to 40% in April and is now at the 30% level. The market is still trending down and is below the 200 day moving average. Their cash holdings do not include GIC's because they want it readily available if change comes quickly. Their cash is in the form of high interest savings accounts, money market funds and just plain cash. They're not interested in making much money on cash holdings.
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CASH(CASH) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 7

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 7

Stockchase rating for CASH is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

CASH(CASH) Frequently Asked Questions

What is CASH stock symbol?

CASH is a OTC stock, trading under the symbol CASH on the (). It is usually referred to as or CASH

Is CASH a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 7 stock analysts published opinions about CASH. 7 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is . Read the latest stock experts' ratings for CASH.

Is CASH a good investment or a top pick?

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Why is CASH stock dropping?

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Is CASH worth watching?

7 stock analysts on Stockchase covered CASH In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

What is CASH stock price?

On , CASH (CASH) stock closed at a price of $.