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Is It Time to Short the Vaccine Makers? Three Minutes on Markets & Money

(1/20/22) As vax mandates around the world begin to crumble, the shift to "normalcy" should restore economic productivity. Getting people back to work and restoring consumer confidence is what makes an economy grow. So, what about the vax-makers? Johnson & Johnson peaked in December, and has been on a downward trend ever since. Moderna has also been in a big correction since July; Pfizer has also peaked and is beginning to decline. Markets are already picking up on the "return to normalcy," and government spending in these companies comes to an end. There are a lot of "value companies" that are not really values: Procter & Gamble, Coke, McDonald's, Disney--these are all companies trading at high price-to-earnings, price-to-sales ratios, outside of the norm of what they should generate in a normal environment, thanks to the push of liquidity into the markets, and an effect of the passive indexing problem.
- Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist, Lance Roberts
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