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Expert Tip: Apple, Netflix & Co .: These stocks have potential in November | News

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

The year 2017 was marked by a series of turbulent events. But if you take a look at the stock market, you can see that there are not only negative things to report. Business on the stock exchanges is currently going well. The DAX reaches a record high after the other. Stocks are also developing positively overall. A good reason to choose an investment in the stock market.
"Setting your portfolio up for the year's end"

Also finds the stock trader and entrepreneur Stephen Guilfoyle. With over 30 years of NYSE experience and entrepreneurial know-how, he knows how to make a living from equities. The economist who, due to his involvement with the U.S. Army also likes to be referred to as "Sarge", has previously worked for companies such as Stuart Frankel & Co., Meridian Equity Partners and Credit Suisse. He believes that the fall season is the perfect time to build his portfolio at the end of the year. Here is an overview of the most important market sectors:
banks

Investments in banks are recommended this year. Many financial institutions generated good returns in the third quarter, Guilfoyle said. Rising interest rates and a steep yield curve are another plus point. Good stocks in this sector are Citigroup and KeyCorp. In order to strengthen its involvement in the European financial sector, Guilfoyle would also have acquired iShares' MSCI Europe Financials ETF. His portfolio also includes an SPDR S & P Bank ETF to enhance the performance of this asset class.
FAANG + Tesla

The investor expert would also invest in well-known stocks such as Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google mother alphabet (with Facebook common acronym: FAANG). His favorites are Alphabet and Apple. Netflix shares are also on his list, which he bought in the midst of a decline in sales of the company. In relation to Tesla, he believes that he has earned reasonable "expenses" by selling the relevant shares.
retail trade

Guilfoyles top retail favorites include Walmart and Kohl's. The economist finds it impressive how well Walmart has beaten in a "well thought-out fight" against Amazon. Nevertheless, he likes to rely on Kohl's. At times, the expert also put Target shares, but sold them again after a short time.
Technology and energy

The electronics and technology industry is one of the most popular sectors of the economic expert. Reasons for this are the upswing of, among other things, smartphones, autonomous driving, gaming and blockchains. The top stocks are Lam Research, Intel and Oracle. Advanced Micro Devices and Seagate Technology, in his opinion, would do well alongside Activision Blizzard despite some crises. Regarding the energy industry, Guilfoyle recommends shares of Apache Corp. and Schlumberger. Shortly after the storm blew Harvey over the southern states of the US, the expert would also have made big profits with stocks such as Valero, Weyerhauser and Owens-Corning.
 So it is important to keep an eye on Guilfoyles stock tips on the year-end rally.

 
Editors finanzen.netImages: Stocksnapper / Shutterstock.com, Bloomberg, ramcreations / Shutterstock.com, MIKE CLARKE / AFP / Getty Images

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