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Largest 1H decline since 1970: How to secure our portfolios?

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The S&P 500 has fallen 20.6% as of June, the worst half-year in decades.
What does history tell us?
Even though 2022 is a tough year. Over the past 40 years, the SPX has recorded positive returns in about 4 out of every 5 years. The yearly returns in the past 3 years are 28.9%,16.3%, and 26.9%.
What do you think?
How to secure our portfolios under a bear market? And which stocks are worth watching/holding?
The S&P 500 has fallen 20.6% as of June, the worst half-year in decades.
What does history tell us?
Even though 2022 is a tough year. Over the past 40 years, the SPX has recorded positive returns in about 4 out of every 5 years. The yearly returns in the past 3 years are 28.9%,16.3%, and 26.9%.
What do you think?
How to secure our portfolios under a bear market? And which stocks are worth watching/holding?
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Largest 1H declines

History always repeat itself no matter how much mankind wants to stop or intervene. Whether viruses, Weather by Acts of God, stock market, Economy booming and downturn, all has its cycle of repeating itself whether we like it or not.
I watched Sid Roth's It's Supernatural channel last week and a Prophet of God shared how God told him in 2021 that 2022 will be a year of bear market. If we all have known what to predict or what the future holds, we will not be caught offguard.
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Holding Tight

First, this it would be better if the poll said "quarter." I am a positive person and thing that data today is not the same as historical data. Second, this would elude to different market conditions and Algos making all predictions void.
So... how can I be positive and maintain the portfolio.
1. DCA of Course
2. Diversify
3. Tighten Your Expenses
The 3rds is my highlighted response. it's very possible to control your expense and cut cost by simply shopping around. In particular...
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US Markets: First Half Review.

The $S&P 500 index(.SPX.US)$'s more than 21% plunge was its biggest first-half fall since 1970. Its second quarter was the worst since the first quarter of 2020. And while the S&P500 just entered in a bear market, the Nasdaq, the tech stocks symbol, has taken an even bigger hit and has plunged more than 30% since its peak last November.
Key Highlights:
Hammer$Netflix(NFLX.US)$ : -69.88% YTD (the worst performer in the S&P).
Hammer$Coinbase(COIN.US)$ : -80.47% YTD. Represent...
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ColumnDoes high inflation make you a winner or loser?

This year in 2022 has witnessed a level of inflation unseen in the United States for over 40 years.
In July, the US consumer price index (CPI) rose by 8.5% year on year, the clearest manifestation of the sharp rise in the cost of living across the board.HammerHammer
Inflation means the sustained and broad rise in the prices of goods and services over time. The Consumer Price Index (CPI), a monthly measure by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), is the best-...
Does high inflation make you a winner or loser?
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Jim Cramer on Fed’s Policy, Inflation, Crypto.

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He started by expressing, crypto doesn’t support you against anything — by any stretch of the imagination, including stock costs, taking note of that it has as of late performed much more terrible than the financial exchange.
The Mad Money have referred to digital currency as the last stronghold of widespread hypothesis, noticing that it is something worth talking about the Federal Reserve is attempting to crash to tame expansio...
Jim Cramer on Fed’s Policy, Inflation, Crypto.
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DBS, UOB and OCBC will benefit from the Federal Reserve hiked its benchmark interest rate

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The Federal Reserve has hiked its benchmark interest rate by 0.75 percentage points last month, the sharpest increase in 28 years.
Policymakers have promised further rapid interest rate increases to combat inflation in the US, which has risen to a four-decade high of 8.6%.
DBS, UOB and OCBC will benefit from this surge as they can dole ...
DBS, UOB and OCBC will benefit from the Federal Reserve hiked its benchmark interest rate
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ColumnHow to tell PE, PB and PS?

We all know it is important to select a good company worth investing in, but is that all?Thinking Face
Sometimes we may find that when we buy the shares of a good company, it does not come with a fair price.Hammer
Cici has received some questions from our mooers asking the way to figure out a fair price. And my answer is: stock valuation.Strong
The most important indicators in valuation are:
1. Price-to-Earnings(PE)
2. Price-to-Book(PB)
3. Price-to-Sales(PS)
PE ratio tells h...
How to tell PE, PB and PS?
How to tell PE, PB and PS?
How to tell PE, PB and PS?
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Average down

Bear market is the time to average down as much as possible. Any stocks that have more than 100 million shares stay away from, outcomes most likely will be bad. EV stocks will suffer the most along with the newer tech stocks. Companies not making profits will be thinned out during bear market. Weak companies will stick out and it will be easier to find companies that are going to be good future investments.
Strong stocks sticking out:
1. $Boxed(BOXD.US)$ when it drops to 1.30.
2. $Blackboxstocks(BLBX.US)$  at 1.07 ...
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ColumnUnbeatable Apple: maintained at Overweight by J.P.Morgan

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Contrary to popular investor sentiment and expectations of downside to estimates on account of slowdown of consumer spending and FX headwinds, J.P.Morgan believes $Apple(AAPL.US)$'s near-term and long-tern estimates are instead resilient – maintain Overweight rating and Dec-22 $200 price target.
Key take...
Unbeatable Apple: maintained at Overweight by J.P.Morgan
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I’m quite capable of selling a stock when it goes down.
I am quite capable of buying a stock when it goes down.
It all depends on the underlying facts.
- Warren Buffett
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