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US financials. Likes the US financials, such as JPM. It has great management and execution, yield of 2.35%. He owns some of the European financials like UBS, as well as HSBC, PRU, and WFC.

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Likes it here at the 200-day MA support level. Parks and resorts will rebound very strongly. Disney+ subscriber base is ahead of expectations. Seems a bit pricey, though it's a premium name. Doesn't own, but would consider.

entertainment services
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11-12% yield. Only problem with the covered call is that when the index (here, the NASDAQ) is doing well, you're better off owning the underlying securities. YTD, QYLD is up 6.3%, whereas the NASDAQ is up 18%. Good strategy if you think the underlying index will be negative or flat.
E.T.F.'s
BUY on WEAKNESS
Somewhat attractive from a trading perspective at these levels. Long-term, makes a lot of sense. But will it have the same growth as in 2020? Entry point makes sense near the 200-day moving average.
specialty stores
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Important to look at things from a contrarian standpoint sometimes. Negative news on Chinese stocks. One of the largest e-commerce companies. 58% of all online retail spending in China. Regulatory scrutiny has triggered a 35-40% price drop, good opportunity at 21x earnings. Revenue growth 22-23% annualized for next few years. Fundamentals and demographics are tailwinds. No dividend. (Analysts’ price target is $274.84)
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Global economy is on the mend, many tailwinds. 1.2x price to book, a cheap valuation historically. Half is in the US, with half elsewhere in the world. Financials everywhere will be able to increase share buybacks and dividends.
E.T.F.'s
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One of largest lifecos in the world. Asia counts for 35% of revenue, with greater demand in the future. Growing middle class and aging demographic are a bonus. At 1x price to book, trades at a discount to the peer group. Interest rates will benefit. Yield is 4.59%. (Analysts’ price target is $29.22)
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