Why You Shouldn’t Sell Your Losers Yet
Join Downtown Josh Brown and Michael Batnick for another round of What Are Your Thoughts? On this week’s episode, Josh and Michael discuss the biggest topics in investing and finance, including:
►Small Caps are F*cked – “But as with everything, there is more to the story…”
►Chevron Buys Hess – Second major domestic oil deal in a month after Exxon agreed to buy Pioneer.
►Why is Gold Working? – Gold is having it’s best month since March, post-SVB crisis
►M&A vs IPOs – There is no demand whatsoever for small companies coming public.
►The Cost of Capital – The mutual fund business is getting annihilated right now.
►Tax Loss Harvesting – I was about to throw in the towel on some of the garbage stocks but then I remembered this is maybe the worst month to do so.
►Make The Case
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