Yahoo Finance recently had an article listing the favorite stocks of multi-millionaires and billionaires. These stocks include Warren Buffett’s Bershire Hathaway (BRK-A), the Fairholme Fund (FAIRX) and the following:
- Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE: BAM): Brookfield is a Canadian asset manager that owns and operates real infrastructure and property assets.
Leucadia National (NYSE: LUK): Leucadia is a diversified holding company with interests in telecommunications, manufacturing, oil and gas drilling and gaming.
Loews (NYSE: L): Loews’ owns three publicly traded subsidiaries in insurance, oil and gas drilling and gas pipelines.
Markel (NYSE: MKL): Specialty insurer is similar to Berkshire Hathaway.
I thought it would be interesting to give you the best seasonal stock chart projections at this moment. Sure these are value players that engage in fundamental analysis, but you can use seasonal analysis on top of them to know when to trade. Remember that if the stock doesn’t have a 70% correlation to the forecasting mechanims, then we wouldn’t bother to list it in our newsletter if we were covering it, so you only trade it according to our charts when it’s matching the seasonals with accuracy, meaning it’s trading according to its typical pattern. That’s what we call running after the safe profits (if there is such a thing) — you’re bullish, so you pick a value stock to buy that tends to go up, and you invest in it when its seasonal trend is pointing up too (and the factor seasonal when that cinches it).
And if you’re a value investor or use a value strategy for part of your portfolio read my article on How to combine value investing with seasonal analysis
Even though some of these projection charts aren’t showing our minimum 70% correlation, I’m showing you the best forecast possible just because I wanted to give you something to think about and possibly a way to make money. Every month our newsletters show JUST the stocks following their seasonals with high reliability and predictability so you can trade or invest with them. That’s how we make our money because we believe that our “secret sauce” formula computes the seasonals correctly.
Here are the charts…