Black Friday: How to get 22% discounts on Amazon shares .

A good investment is such if you buy below the resale price. Insured earnings .

And yet, in times of falling market prices the rule seems different: Escape those who can.
It is the mantra not only of those who see nothing but crises , but also of those who have invested in the stock market, in the great US giants, and now they see their portfolio suffer.

You should care, because until you learn the language of money you will remain at the mercy of those who know it and you risk being continually put at 90.

The first thing we need to learn is that in the world of money, the word crisis does not exist. Yes, that's right, it doesn't exist.

But when the news shows that billions of dollars have been burned in the stock market?

It is not true, the reality is different. Try to follow me.
First, we follow the example of the Japanese where 危機 (KIKI) means crisis, and inside it has two Kanji: one of " danger " and the other of " opportunity ".

Hey, wait, we're not going to bother the Japanese. Our language is so rich.
Crisis in fact derives from the Greek Krino , or separate, decide. This means that in crises there are changes and we must decide. Decide whether to be swept away by the wave of change or surf it.
This is the first lesson in Economics, the most important, which no university emphasizes enough.  
To us MoneySurfers also seems a nice lesson in life, not surprisingly, we believe that the world of money is the greatest means of this era to implement an inner evolution, if used wisely.
Then we understand how to decide well and surf the opportunities that arise from every crisis, from every change.

The most valuable company in the world is flirting with a bear market (bearish).
Yes, I'm talking about Apple (AAPL).
Apple is a company that needs no introduction. In August, it became the first publicly traded company with a market value of 1 trillion US dollars.
But it didn't stay long above that value.
Apple has collapsed by 18% since October 3rd. If its share price drops by just another $ 7, Apple will officially enter a bear market. (This happens if an action drops 20% or more from its previous high).

If and when that happens, it will certainly remain in the annals of financial market history.
Surely you will hear some analyst on TV, or in some blogs who will advise you to buy Apple shares, now that they are low. On the other hand crisis = opportunity, no?
Not like that.
I would think twice about doing it if I were you. Apple's huge sale is just one of the many red flags we are seeing ...

The actions of FAANG as a whole, in fact, are ending in FAANG-O!
FAANG is one of today's most popular investment acronyms.
It stands for Facebook (FB), Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Google (GOOGL) - now known as Alphabet.
Like Apple, none of these companies need an introduction. They are familiar names. If you are reading this article, use at least one of these companies' services every day.
And this is perhaps the main reason why these companies are so dominant and important in the
financial markets. This is why FAANG shares have been among the best investments of recent years.

Think about it for a moment, if you go to the bank and ask for an investment and they tell you to invest in Apple, the biggest and coolest company in the world, it will be easy to convince you, since you know it. Different if they told you to invest in Namaste Technologies.
We tend to always move in our area of ​​control, everything we know seems safer, what we don't know makes us afraid. For your knowledge, in 2 years Namaste Technologies has grown more than two hundred times. That is, 1,000 euros invested would have become 200,000 euros. Much, much more than Apple has grown.
But back to FAANG.

Get Facebook. Before volatility recovered in July, it has grown by 124% over the past three years. Amazon reported a 252% increase over the same period. And Netflix and Google have earned 232% and 95% respectively .
On average in 3 years you would have more than doubled your invested capital. Not bad eh?
Those are huge gains. But as our Surfers know, nothing goes on forever ...
The FAANGs have in fact lost touch with reality, cyclically happening in all market bubbles. For savvy investors this is nothing new, but despite this, too often they forget or prefer not to think about it.
At its peak, Google had a price / earnings (P / E) ratio of 33.
The P / E Report is used to understand if the shares have a balanced price compared to the profits.When we say that the P / E ratio is 33, it means that if a company has a profit of 1 million, the market considers the value of that company to be 33 million. If we sold the company, despite the profit of 1 million, we would sell it for 33 million ... because it is the value estimated by the market.
This means that if the company continues to make profits of 1 million every year, it would take 33 years to return from our investment.

A bit absurd, isn't it? Does this sound like a good investment? 

The fact is that an investor looks at the growth rate. If in fact the company had billed only 100,000 euros the year before, it means that the profit has grown 10 times and I could estimate that next year it will be able to increase again tenfold, to 10 million of profit and the year after still 100 million of helpful. At that point, the 33 million mark would not be so wrong. But obviously these are always all projections, and as such, they are not certain.

Netflix had a P / E ratio of 184. And Amazon reached trading prices up to 208 times its earnings.

They are really quotations that have the absurd. Although it must be remembered that in the short term the market psychology wins. They are absurd but true , let us take note of them and we do not do those who for 10 years have shouted at absurdity losing mind-boggling gains.
But at the same time we cannot be surprised if these titles were punched when the market was a bit turbulent in October.
Netflix has lost 32% from its highs ...

Facebook is down 36%. Amazon is down 22%.

Now, I realise that it might be tempting to stock up on these shares with these BlackFriday discounts. But these are not discounts, the previous prices were pumped. Indeed, we could have even better opportunities in the coming months.

I say this because, like Apple, the rest of FAANG stocks are still not cheap according to traditional valuation metrics. In the case of Netflix and Amazon, they are still ridiculously expensive (both at 94 times the profits).

But that's not the only reason I suggest not buying during this downturn.
Investors are now on the defensive ...
Just see what the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLP) has been doing lately.
This fund contains titles such as Walmart, Coca-Cola and Walgreens . In other words, it invests in companies that sell goods and services that people buy regardless of what happens in the economy.




As you can see from the chart, the ETF XLP has increased by 4% in the last three months. The S&P 500 index (graph below) is down 3% compared to the same period, while the FAANG index of equal weight has fallen by 14%.
Black Friday: How to get 22% discounts on Amazon shares  .
Black Friday: How to get 22% discounts on Amazon shares  . 
This tells us that we are witnessing a shift of capital from risky actions to more defensive actions. And I expect this to continue.

The XLP is still firmly in a rising phase, despite the recent downturn in the market. The same cannot be said of the FAANG shares, in particular Netflix and Facebook.
Furthermore, the stocks of basic necessities are also economic. XLP is traded at a P / E ratio of just 15.36, a fraction of the P / E we observed in FAANG.

But perhaps the most important thing is that basic necessities are exactly the kind of actions you want to have when the general market is collapsing.
Just consider what Walmart, the giant chain of supermarkets of American origin, did during the last financial crisis.

In 2008, its sales grew by 8.6%, while profits grew by 9%. The following year, his sales grew by a further 6.8%, while profits increased by 8%.

Walmart did well during these difficult times because it sells food, clothes and other basic goods at low prices ... People shop at Walmart even when the economy is in danger.
And it's not just consumers who have helped Walmart. Investors bought Walmart shares during the financial crisis. In 2008, his shares increased by 18%. That same year, the S&P 500 index fell 37%.
But this is just an example. General Mills, another robust stock of basic necessities, increased by 7% in 2008.
Now don't rush to buy Walmart shares, because in 2008 his situation was different from today. What I'm trying to explain to you is how to think, or where to look when something seems to be going wrong.

And the Bitcoins?
Aren't they the safe haven, the financial revolution that will replace current finance? Shouldn't they go up now that the markets are falling? I'm sorry, but they are continuing to fall and will continue to do so for some time to come. They have fallen from their maximum by 76%.
Think about it, the biggest mistake people make is to become attached to an investment. How many have bitcoins in their wallets that are now worth less than when they bought them?
During the real estate crisis instead of selling houses, 99% of Italians decided to let their assets halve in 10 years. If they sold the house at -15% by accepting the loss and investing in the stock market, for example, they could now buy 4 to 5 houses!

If history can teach us something, then the actions of companies of basic necessities should be fine if we undergo a major correction - or worse.
You can do this easily by buying XLP. This fund invests in a basket of big names in basic necessities. And this makes it a relatively low-risk way to bet on the sector.
These names are not as sexy as Netflix or Amazon. But these companies and their actions should be fine if the market continues to fall.
There are obviously other markets to look at like gold and the companies that undermine it, which are reviewing some purchases, even if not yet in large quantities. And like this many other opportunities that can be evaluated.

Obviously (maybe you don't know it?), You can even earn "betting" on the FAANG downside.
But how can you be really free financially, free from dependence on articles like this, or third party analysis?

Only by studying, only by having a method . For 8 years we have been explaining worldwide a simple trading method, which can be gained both when the market falls and when it rises.
It is a method, so it is replicable, just like a dessert recipe.


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