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Watch Lists

Once a week we outline the bullish sectors, and provide a short list for the week, derived from our master list of 100's of disruptive small caps.

Watch List w/c 5th April

Watch List w/c 5th April
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This week we introduce a new method where we move away from sectors and instead assess performance and momentum of major societal trends that we match small-cap stocks against.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: XLF, XLI, XLB

Watch List: XLF, XLI, XLB
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Our preferred sectors are still within the cyclicals space, where there is an increasing overlap between value and momentum stocks. Technology in the rebounded somewhat but volatility will remain as we are in a tug-of-war between inflation and innovation.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: $XLE, $XLF, $XLC

Watch List: $XLE, $XLF, $XLC
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Panic selling brings fear mongering in the media, especially amongst talking heads of certain TV stations. The end of the technology cycle has been prophesised many times, but we feel there are little similarities to the circumstances that led to the 2000's dot.com bust.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: $XLE $XLF $XLB

Watch List: $XLE $XLF $XLB
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Even though this week brought further pain, we have gotten more data to determine which rotations are happen: high momentum, technology and small-caps are seeing significant profit taking.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: $XLE, $XLF, $IWM

Watch List: $XLE, $XLF, $IWM
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The sector rotation showed us that value-based stocks saw inflows whilst momentum-based ones saw outflows. We feel this is a short-term rotation, and continue to favour momentum small-caps that are fundamentally sound.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: $XLE, $XLF, $XLC

Watch List: $XLE, $XLF, $XLC
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With increasing inflation and bond yields, Financials have gained relative strength. Therefore, our sector view has slightly altered and we now favour Energy, Financials, Comms Services, and select plays in Consumer Discretionary and Technology.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: $XLE, $XLK, $XLC

Watch List: $XLE, $XLK, $XLC
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Last week's few red candles opened up opportunities for both breakout plays for stocks with relative strength, or pull-back plays for parabolic stocks that needed and extended breather. Our focus remains on Energy, Comms Services, Technology, and select plays in Consumer Discretionary to this list.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists
Watch List: $XLE, $XLC, $XLK

Watch List: $XLE, $XLC, $XLK
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The market has hit all-time-highs and once again we are starting to see interesting break-out setups. Our focus remains on Energy, Comms Services, and Technology but we are now adding select plays in Consumer Discretionary to this list.

Nirnaeth
Nirnaeth
Watch Lists