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A few moments you know from the -- the S&P.
Really -- the S and being here's the store right now trying to break its longest losing streak of the year.
Part of the reason the debt ceiling debate as the one of the pressures the market has been facing whether other things that player right now south Texas money management CEO.
An officer -- Wyatt joins us not used say that the slide in stocks.
Over these past few sessions really is no surprise in an -- piece of this certainly is what we're saying and Washington cracked.
That's right that's right we certainly expect that there will be some market weakness as we enter the last quarter of the year.
We're -- fewer new highs are in the market in the broad indexes.
Particularly weakness in the financial sector even even JPMorgan and and and Goldman Sachs big names and that sector even though they're up today.
We we actually had been reducing our financial exposure but yes there should be.
Some technical weakness in the markets.
Because of the budget talks.
Watching to see fed action and but certainly we're still on a fundamental.
Bull market and our opinion.
OK but you see hearsay basically overlooking the sector rotation right now on -- got your -- financials from a technical perspective but at the same time.
What about some of the things that we might be missing at this point for so focuses investors what's happening in Washington were distracted by the Fed -- after -- what about what's happening overseas what about emerging markets what about where the money could be made if we take our eye off the wall right now.
Well we think.
That the emerging markets should be something to keep an eye on the -- number one it's been a terrible performing area of the global markets this year in fact.
A lot of investors are selling their emerging market exposure and -- that many -- to US stocks which had been performing much much better.
So I think I think there could be some great opportunities that will be created.
In emerging markets and we want to keep an eye on that -- you -- Have some adjusting their domestic plays and one of them is -- Texas play and that's of course where you are where -- coming from an out of Southwest Airlines is the ticker is value they.
And you say that this is a value placed certainly for you also say that this one.
And I NG group that's the other -- -- you have.
You say thirty to 40% upside on both of these stocks but talk about southwest why you believe -- this -- fairly sure there has not been in favor with many investors.
We'll Southwest Airlines is up about 14%.
It is stalled a little bit we -- because of the just that it's department challenge to US Airways and American airline merger.
But Southwest Airlines is just -- -- so well run airlines.
An airline business is fundamentally different today than it -- a few years and I -- when it's tailor your stock is up 43%.
Since the beginning of the year and you're saying another thirty to 40%.
And then also what yeah well as I stock is up 21 right Nancy you're really it's -- big team -- -- That's right that's right -- -- value stocks but we also.
By growth stocks and right now an attractive growth stock that we're very excited about.
Is painful -- -- group.
Even though Carl Icahn recently filled up a 15% stake which we thank the management of -- encouraged him -- -- It is an accelerating growth stock both on the revenue side in the earnings side.
They are a global leader and organic.
Organic -- and that's an area of Dartmouth -- market -- going faster.
Then the standard.
The standard and does -- -- that I'm an attractive profits more than up more than forty person that you're today saying you're playing on that momentum this while 40% -- -- say gee why it is great to have you to please come back to -- -- back from Asia.
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