3 Stocks for a Market Downturn
MarketBeat’s own Chris Markoch is back as a guest, and he and Kate discuss three stocks that Chris sees as having potential for your watch list, even during the market downturn.
How are inflation and supply-chain issues now affecting the dollar stores, just like other retailers?
What strategy does Dollar General use to attract customers from a targeted area?
Can strong revenue growth at Dollar Growth translate to the bottom line?
Why is Intuitive Surgical on the rise again, after the pandemic interrupted its growth?
Why it’s been a big winner after the market rebounded from the pandemic-driven downturn in 2020
Is Intuitive Surgical overvalued, relative to its forward-looking revenue and earnings?
Does Chris use price targets in his analysis?
Why is Shopify still a strong stock, despite some analysts lowering their price targets?
What does it mean now that easy year-over-year growth comparisons are in the past?
Why it’s time to watch the stock’s chart to see if it’s getting a base of support
Dollar General (DG) Intuitive Surgical (ISRG) Shopify (SHOP)
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Kate Stalter is a Series 65-licensed asset manager, with more than two decades of experience in various areas of financial services. As an investment advisor and financial planner, Kate personally manages client portfolios, with a focus on successful retirement, including asset allocation, income generation and tax strategies.View episodes
Chris Markoch is a freelance financial copywriter with over five years of experience covering various aspects of the financial markets. You may find his writing a little different than other stock articles you’ve read. And that’s OK with him. Chris doesn’t have a traditional finance background. What he does bring to the table is a strong business and marketing background having worked for agencies that serviced Fortune 500 companies. With that in mind, he isn’t overly impressed with what companies say, and more focused on what they do. And because buyer behavior dictates so much of what happens with a stock, Chris always keeps the end consumer close in mind. Chris has been writing for MarketBeat since 2018.View episodes
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