Sport JPMorgan analyst advises to Shorten Cathie Woods ARK flagship ETF

06:50  22 july  2021
06:50  22 july  2021 Source:   finanzen.net

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Cathie Wood is one of the most successful investors of our time. Your investment company ARK Investment Management is a role model in terms of trading for many investors. But an analyst with JPMorgan advises market participants now caution.

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Cathie Woods flagship ETF in February 2021 reverse

analyst sees parallels to the dot-com bubble

Short bets recommended

ARK innovation , short ARKK, the exchange-traded Index funds by ARK Invest, is considered the flagship of the investment company. But the successful prior year development, the ETF 2021 not repeat - in February it went tend downwards. Shawn Quigg, strategist at JPMorgan , takes the index funds now critical look.

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bull trap and dot-com features

In a note to clients he said, on the ETF as dotcom bubble-like characteristics. During the 90's Internet companies have led many investors to investment and speculation. Similar bubble-like characteristics of the expert will now have identified even at ARK innovation, this could "investors in a bull trap lure," said Quigg on.

Investors should particularly the development of returns reserve of government bonds in the eye, because here the analyst sees potential for conflict: "The threat of rise in yields could be a catalyst to the ARKK shares - in addition to the ongoing outperformance of large basic technology stocks versus disruptive technology stocks - after to speed down and urge ARKK in the capitulation phase, "he wrote. sell

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must Cathie Wood positions?

his estimation, could force them to part with some items in their ETF this development Wood. For especially high-growth tech stocks such as Tesla and Zoom had in 2020, ensured that the ETF presented a successful performance on the dance floor. But the increasing economic recovery and the need to catch up in many economically sensitive stocks could ensure that value stocks outperform growth stocks are. "Currently we see a dramatic underperformance of value stocks that have just experienced their worst month compared to growth stocks for two decades," wrote the analyst.

investors to Shorten advised

Against the background that he expected that there would be a shift and is expected to lay down the better development value stocks in the face of economic recovery, advised Quigg to betting against the ETF.

investors should consider to bet with options against the Fund. In concrete terms, is "to buy ARKK-Strike Puts for October worth 105 USD [] to benefit from the implied volatility" the recommendation of the experts, which lies close to a year low. And "enter despite the potential for equities, in a broader capitulation phase," the so Quigg on.

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