“New World” Companies Are Dominating the Stock Market
In this week’s Market Talk, Amber Lancaster and I discuss:
- Friday’s Federal Reserve speech and what it means for markets this year.
- The Internet of Things.
- The No. 1 macro indicator I follow … and what it’s telling me now.
- Plus, we unveil the Bold Profits Disruptification Index.
What we’ve seen in the stock market recently is that the large, established companies — I like to call them “old world” companies — are falling out of favor with investors.
American Express, the 169-year-old credit card company, announced good sales recently … and investors didn’t really seem to care.
We saw the same thing happen with Target, which has been around for more than 100 years.
That’s because investors want “new world” companies. They want innovative companies that are disrupting their industries and having incredible, amazing growth stories.
And these are the types of companies we’re going to be recommending to you here in Bold Profits Daily and across all of my services.
Amber and I also talked about:
- How the partial government shutdown is affecting economic growth in the U.S.
- The National Retail Federation recently had its Big Show conference. We discuss some of the exciting innovations at the event.
- There are some incredibly optimistic numbers coming out for industrial production. We review how that’s played into the stock market’s post-Christmas rally.
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