9 Consumer Discretionary Stocks to Buy | FAST Graphs

2022-01-10

Introduction – 9 Stocks to Buy

In this video I will go over 9 stocks to buy in the Consumer Discretionary Sector. This is the 2nd in a series of 11 videos where I will cover each of the 11 sectors looking for value. There are somewhere between 18,000 to 20,000 stocks comprising the US and Canadian stock markets. With this series I have screened for investment-grade stocks in each sector that appear to be attractively valued. In the Consumer Discretionary Sector, there are approximately 500 constituents. However, only 130 of them have investment grade credit ratings of BBB- or better. Of those 130, only 9 are trading at rational valuations.

In this video I present a high-level overview of each of those research candidates. In this video I will cover: AutoNation (AN), Best Buy (BBY), BorgWarner (BWA), DR Horton (DHI), eBay (EBAY), H&R Block (HRB), Mohawk Industries (MHK), Toyota Motor (TM), Whirlpool (WHR)

Stocks to Buy
Stocks to Buy

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Disclosure: Long BWA, EBAY, WHR at the time of writing.

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