This Is the Best Way to Invest in a Choppy Market

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

One could hardly be blamed for looking at the market these days and feeling a little bit uneasy about how to invest. Supply chains are strained, concerns about inflation are widespread, and people are quitting their jobs in record numbers.

But the thing is, tech is still the best place to make money investing. The NASDAQ, with its focus on technology and life sciences, has been seriously outperforming the S&P 500.

The tricky part is that the biggest names in the sector, the FAANG companies, are not the ones leading the way this time, and smaller-cap companies can make for choppy trading, since they don’t have the strength or presence in the market to pass on inflation-driven costs.

All of these factors combined can lead to no small amount of uncertainty, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t possible to approach the market carefully, control for risks, and maximize your chances.

Today, I want to share with you my three favorite tools for doing just that…

In a Choppy Market, There’s Still Demand for Tech

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

People looking to the classic FAANG companies to lead the tech sector might be disappointed, but I want to make it clear that tech is still the place to be when looking for opportunities in the market. The tech-centric Nasdaq is leaving the broader S&P 500 in the dust in terms of gains. Now, things for small-cap companies can be a bit uncertain in light of concerns about inflation. They don’t have the market power that larger companies do, and so they can’t pass costs on to customers as easily. That being said, some of them have still won big. In addition, there are a few more companies with strong prospects that I have my eye on.