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Time Is Running Out To Lock In The Best Wall Street Deals Of 2021 | The Mesh Report

Time Is Running Out To Lock In The Best Wall Street Deals Of 2021

Dividend Sensei February 22, 2021 Comments Off on Time Is Running Out To Lock In The Best Wall Street Deals Of 2021

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The March 2020 pandemic crash made most companies attractively valued and created incredible opportunities for smart long-term investors.

Naturally, the fastest bear market in history generated incredible opportunities, including in the fastest-growing and most popular Wall Street darlings.

Not surprisingly, these world-class companies have gone on to make the Dividend King Phoenix Portfolio massive gains in less than a year. Since April 2020, I’ve been investing 100% of my savings into that matching strategy. That’s over $300,000 and counting in real money buys that are tracked by our Daily Blue-Chip Deal Videos, DK Videos, and DS Phoenix screenshots on our chat board.

Consider Paypal (PYPL), as featured below. It’s the Phoenix Portfolio’s biggest winner, though now incredibly overvalued…

(Source: FAST Graphs, FactSet Research)

  • Quality score: 88%
  • Quality rating: 12/12 Ultra-SWAN
  • 2021 average historical fair value: $176
  • Potential good buy price: $168 (5% margin of safety)
  • Valuation: 65% overvalued
  • DK rating: potential trim/sell
  • DK cost basis: $91
  • The yield on cost: 0%
  • Unrealized gain: 219%
  • Time-weighted total return: 250% CAGR.

There’s also Lowe’s (LOW), our second-biggest winner and 14% overvalued:

(Source: FAST Graphs, FactSet Research)

  • Quality score: 92%
  • Quality rating: 12/12 Ultra-SWAN
  • 2021 average historical fair value: $156
  • Potential good buy price: $148 (5% margin of safety)
  • Valuation: 14% overvalued
  • DK rating: Hold
  • DK cost basis: $77
  • The yield on cost: 3.1%
  • Capital gain: 131%
  • Time-weighted total return: 140% CAGR.

Of course, it’s not hard to make impressive short-term gains from intense bear market lows that featured the lowest valuations in a decade.

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