Rate hike: what are the 15 actions that will beat the recession and that should be invested now

Investors should not expect the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates until inflation is brought under control.said in a strong speech in Jackson Hole Fed Chairman Jerome Powell. This set off alarm bells for investors stocks and bonds with strong falls towards the end of the week.

“Although higher interest rates, slower growth, and weaker labor market conditions will drive down inflation, will also cause some pain for households and businessesPowell warned.

The Fed anticipates “pain” from higher interest rates and shakes the markets

The Argentine company that is the star of Wall Street and flies with its shares

The context warns of a long road with challenges ahead. The inflation did not accelerate last month, but still is way above target and the economy is not out of the woods.

Economic and financial analysts warn that the strong labor market is the main element that prevents the economy from going from a technical recession to a full-fledged official one, but there are little chance that the economy will not slow down significantly as the Federal Reserve raises rates.

The speech of the president of the booking FederalJerome Powell set off alarm bells for investors Actions Y bonds at the beginning of Friday.

In this highly speculative context and on the verge of recession, specialists warn that a lot of money can be made or lost. If you choose the right actionsthere is the possibility of seeing good percentages of gain in the face of instability.

Analysts at the eToro trading platform identified 15 US publicly traded companies that together outperformed the S&P 500 by 41% during the 2008-2009 global financial crisis and subsequent recession.

15 stocks that beat the 2008 recession and would do it again today

These companies that beat the American recession are up 833% since the eve of the global financial crisis through the first half of 2022 versus just 170% for the S&P 500 and 360% for the Nasdaq, according to Ben Laidler, global markets strategist at eToro

Losing less money is one thing; finding recessionary opportunities is another, but clearly there are. Many of the stocks we’ve chosen have benefited in previous recessions from consumers buying cheaper products, saving money by doing more of their own home and car repairs, prioritizing ‘low-cost’ luxuries, from eating out to toys. , and maintaining critical spending on medical care,” he explained.

Business Insider revealed the full list of the 15 stocks that crushed the S&P 500 in the 2008-2009 recession.. those marked in black are the companies that can be acquired through their CEDAR from a principal account in pesos in Argentina:

1. Dollar Tree (DLTR)

  • Actual Price: $166
  • Market capitalization: $37 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 22.5

2.Walmart (WMT)

  • Actual Price: $129
  • Market capitalization: $349 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 21.6

3. Ross Stores (ROST)

  • Actual Price: $86
  • Market capitalization: $29.8 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 19.9

4. Home Depot (HD)

  • Actual price: $313
  • Market capitalization: $314 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 23.8

5. Lowe’s Companies (LOW)

  • Actual price: $201
  • Market capitalization: $129 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 19.6

6. Automatic zone (AZO)

  • Actual Price: $2,229
  • Market capitalization: $43.4 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 16.2

7. O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY)

  • Actual price: $721
  • Market capitalization: $45.6 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 22.7

8. McDonald’s (MCD)

  • Actual price: $261
  • Market capitalization: $193 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 29.2

9. H&R block

  • Current price: $45
  • Market capitalization: $6.3 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 9.9

10. Hasbro (HAS)

  • Actual Price: $79.8
  • Market capitalization: $10.8 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 19

11. Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX)

  • Actual Price: $297
  • Market capitalization: $76.6 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 17.3

12. Amgen (AMGN)

  • Actual price: $251
  • Market capitalization: $133 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 13.4

13. Abad Laboratories (ABT)

  • Actual Price: $112
  • Market capitalization: $189 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 27.4

14.Hershey (HSY)

  • Actual price: $226
  • Market capitalization: $46.9 billion
  • Price/earnings ratio: 26.7

15. 2U (HOLE)

  • Actual Price: $9.4
  • Market capitalization: $692 million

CEDEARS: WHAT ARE THEY AND HOW TO GET THEM

The cedars They are an instrument that allows trade shares listed abroad. These can be from companies that are not Argentine -such as Tesla, Apple or Amazon- or that they are and have decided to operate abroad -such as Mercado Libre or Globant-.

These can be acquired by opening a principal account in a brokerage company regulated by the National Securities Commission (NVC).

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