Buy These 6 No-Brainer Blue-Chip Bargains Before This Bear Market Ends

Buy These 6 No-Brainer Blue-Chip Bargains Before This Bear Market Ends

Posted On April 29, 2022 10:52 am

This bear market for tech has crushed many former Wall Street darlings and no one knows exactly when it will end. However, there are reasonable ways to estimate.

Citi, JPMorgan, and Morgan Stanley estimate it could see the S&P 500 to -20% from record highs within about a month. The Nasdaq could bottom around -30%.

These six companies are Ultra SWAN blue-chip bargains you don’t want to miss during this bear market.

They are 29% undervalued, yield a very safe 4.2%, and analysts expect 19.3% long-term returns, similar to the 21.7% returns they’ve delivered over the last 20 years.

With the right ETFs, you can turn these blue-chip bargains into a Super Zen Ultra SWAN recession-optimized retirement portfolio that can potentially help the typical retired couple

  • generate an extra $2.2 million in inflation-adjusted retirement income over 30 years compared to a 60/40 retirement portfolio
  • deliver almost $13 million more inflation-adjusted wealth over 30 years than a 60/40 retirement portfolio
  • turn $555,000 in median retirement savings into $15 million inflation-adjusted wealth after 30 years more than a 60/40 retirement portfolio
  •  fell just 17% during the Great Recession vs 31% for a 60/40 and 51% for the S&P 500 

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