In Case it All Goes Awry
All eyes are fixed on Europe, and the big focus is on whether the Federal Reserve and other central banks will deliver another round of easing to the liquidity junkies. Even if things don't go exactly to plan, we see some scenarios in which some really high-quality companies will fall into historically repetitive areas of good value, which typically translates into a low-risk/high-reward potential for multiyear double-digit returns.
A case in point is Johnson Controls (JCI), a leading manufacturer of automotive interior systems, automotive batteries and automated building control systems. With Europe on the brink of recession, U.S. unemployment remaining at high levels and income growth in the U.S. paltry at best, anything related to the auto industry is definitely counterintuitive. A look at the chart below reflects these concerns in the declining price trend....205 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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