Rayliant's Wool: With or without recession, a correction is coming soon

Money Life with Chuck Jaffe

Jun 29 2023 • 1 hr

Phillip Wool, head of research at Rayliant Global Advisors, says that equities aren't really pricing in even the possibility of recession, which is setting up a correction "when the economy starts to visibly roll over," when "earnings forecasts and analyst revisions get more negative." He expects that correction in the next six to 12 months, noting that the current rally has been a false indicator because it has been so narrow, with two handfuls of stock driving the index. Tom Lydon of VettaFi talks about small-company cash cows as a diversifier for the narrow market in his ETF of the Week, Jenn Tracy discusses an IPX1031 study showing that more than 60 percent of Americans wish that shopping malls would make a comeback, noting that nearly 70 percent of the populace lives within an hour of a dead or abandoned shopping mall. In the Market Call, Justin Carbonneau of Validea.com talks about the investing methods of the masters, and applies them to the stock market to find the buying signals today.