Sam’s Wall Street Newsletter – Good Riddance?

If you have not been listening to warnings from me and other bigger investors such as George Soros to back off on Chinese stocks; you could now be in a difficult position where all the Chinese stocks you own could crash to zero dollars.

For several months I have raised the alarm that the ensuing competition and contentions between Beijing and Washing could be a major risk to investors exposed to companies on the NASDAQ and the NSE that are owned by Chinese entities.

The latest decision by $DIDI to delist less than four months after it was listed on the NASDAQ shows that the worst has now happened. The U.S. government through the SEC could force the remaining companies to delist causing one of the worst losses to investors in those securities.

What this Means to You

If you are not exposed to Chinese stocks, you can watch from the sidelines. If you do, then you need to pull the plug as soon as you can. Waiting for the worst to happen could become the proverbial ‘hunters’ dog.’

Dividend Stocks

If you are a savvy investor, one of the signs is that you do have a risk-mitigating strategy. You also use this strategy to earn more cash for your portfolio.

This is where dividend stocks and ETFs come into play. I have recently added both mega-cap stocks that pay dividends as well as legacy dividend stocks to ensure I am not just holding good stocks but I generate cash with my portfolio value. Because portfolio stocks are also less volatile, they tend to protect the value of your portfolio.

Here are my dividend plays:

*$O

*MSFT

*AAPL

*BA

Let me know what you think.

Reach Out To Me

I provide market coaching and portfolio design advisory. You can always reach out to me on Telegram or WhatsApp via – +447961299118

 

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