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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 130
Stock Picking Amid Rising Uncertainty – Hard But Not Impossible
- While global uncertainty remains elevated, our daily analysis suggests that for chemicals and related sector stocks – uncertainty is higher than implied below
- In the financial crisis, at least, we knew what it was – a financial crisis – today, we have more geopolitical uncertainty than at any time in the last 35 years.
- Markets also face an energy crisis, a potential climate crisis, and stark political polarization in the US and some other countries, amid the misuse of social media.
- The stock market, in our view, is driven by knee-jerk reactions to news versus the sound analysis we would have expected ten years ago, and data is unreliable.
- We would stay away from Europe and invest in agriculture, critical energy transition metals, and some energy transition sectors and industrial gases.
Last week we discussed 34 Chemicals and related products and 126 Companies.
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