Scott Stewart has been trading for decades. He has acted as an analyst and educator on the stock market for just as long. As your Rich Dad's Weekly Cash Flow analyst, Scott works tirelessly to ensure you know everything you need to do when entering into new positions, and adjusting trades as you go along....
It is true that the pandemic is fading, mask mandates are being dropped and live entertainment venues are gradually reopening with pre-pandemic capacities allowed. The problem is that just because the venues are open, it does not mean the crowds will follow. Jim and Dan target this leading live entertainment promoter as Americans and audiences abroad that used to attend live entertainment events will not easily lose their fear of crowds and this will put pressure on its stock price as a result.
As tech stocks continue to fall with a double whammy of supply chain issues and a consumer drop in discretionary spending, even highly successful companies like Apple Inc. are not immune. Jim and Dan turn their focus to the world’s most valuable company as a tighter Fed policy and problems with their complex supply chain will cause a downturn in its share price.
Natural disasters leave utility companies vulnerable due to their unpredictability and disruptions for customers. They also cause infrastructure damage as well as lost revenue from service interruption. Jim and Scott identify one major public utility company with major vulnerability due to high risk of natural disasters where its located which puts pressure on its operations and stock price.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, an economic slowdown or a full-scale global recession could be on the horizon. One of the hardest hit sectors of the market is the aircraft industry as consumers limit travel. Jim and Scott have targeted an aircraft supplier poised to feel the effects of a collapse in the airline sector which will put major pressure on its stock price as a result.