Published Sun, 14 Jul 2019 09:30:00 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Co-produced with Beyond Saving and Treading Softly for High Dividend Opportunities
At High Dividend Opportunities, we set out in 2019 with a few specific goals. We want to increase our exposure to fixed-income investments, we want to lock in high-yields for an extended period of time, and we want exposure to industries that are counter-cyclical and/or recession resistant.
We love to pick up high-yield investments in a sector that is going through some temporary distress. Often, Mr. Market runs in panic from temporary headwinds, creating a situation where an entire sector is oversold.
While there is often a kernel of truth underlying the fear, Mr. Market usually overreacts to the low-side as well as the high-side. Everyone says "buy low, sell high", but so many in the market do the exact opposite. Running from industries in a downswing into allegedly "safe" investments. Then when those "safe" investments fall they run to the next "safe" investment, constantly running into the next momentum stock, buying high and selling into a loss to buy another pick that is high.
The best deals are often found in sectors that are out of favor, the sectors that everyone is running away from. Buying when fear is prevalent can be psychologically difficult, especially since finding absolute bottom requires more than a little luck. Sectors out of favor will often continue to trend down before things get better.
By focusing on the fundamentals, we can identify the safer options in a... Read more
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