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....
Discretionary stocks perform well in a world of limited competition and strong consumer demand. Unfortunately, neither situation prevails today. Recession fears have weakened demand for products that aren’t consumer staples and can be put off for another time. Jim and Scott identify one major bedding supplier who faces headwinds from low-cost competition and an economic slowdown that puts a lid on growth and gross revenue.
Consumers develop brand loyalty through the years for products beloved as mainstays in American life. However, good branding won’t save stocks from being overvalued when growth slows and economic conditions change in major markets. Jim and Scott identify one blue chip company with great brands that has become vulnerable to a downturn as deflation and a strong dollar puts pressure on its stock.
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.