Stocks Not to Invest In with Will Rhind

Stocks Not to Invest In with Will Rhind

Kate Stalter sits down with Will Rhind, founder, and CEO of the GraniteShares ETF

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In this episode, host Kate Stalter talks with Will Rhind, founder and CEO of ETF issuer GraniteShares. Will’s firm runs strategies in the equities, precious metals and commodities asset classes, so he has a broad perspective on the current market conditions. He also shares his insights into factors that make a stock worth avoiding!

How do Will’s financial advisor clients (professional money managers) view the current market downturn? What are they most concerned with right now?

How are they considering hedging against a downturn?

Does Microsoft’s recent earnings report show that investors have priced the market to perfection?

Will there be opportunity for people to buy strong growth stocks at lower valuations?

How does the strategy of Will’s XOUT ETF screen for stocks less likely to be losers?

What are the flaws with passive investing, as we see in common index funds?

What is Will’s process for excluding companies from the S&P 500 when constructing the fund’s portfolio?

Why do Will’s screens exclude companies like Visa and Disney?

Why the “story” behind a company and its industry is crucial to consider when evaluating a stock.

What is Will’s high-yield strategy, and how does it differ from the typical strategy of buying high-yield bonds? oes the current market give investors an opportunity to buy beaten-up stocks at lower valuations?

Does P/E ratio properly capture the value of companies?

What are pass-through securities, and how does Will’s fund incorporate these?

Is the GraniteShares HIPS fund a bond substitute?

Web sites mentioned in this episode.

SPIVA Scorecard: https://www.spglobal.com/spdji/en/spiva/article/spiva-us/

GraniteShares: https://graniteshares.com

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