Why Analysts Aren’t Saying ‘Buy’

Stock analysts are having cold feet on recommending buys even though corporate profits are looking favorable. Fewer than 29 percent of ratings on stocks worldwide are ‘buys,’ according to Bloomberg. The most since 1997. At the same time, profit-growth estimates among Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index companies is 36 percent, the highest since 1988.

The biggest factor affecting this uncertainty is unemployment and weak consumer spending. The Obama administration needs to create a policy to stimulate jobs and business investment. Hopefully, Obama’s latest announcement on business tax cuts will help stabilize the overall mood of the economy and companies will start hiring again.

The positive thing is corporate profits are up and this gives the savvy investor an excellent opportunity to find good companies that are being held down by the overall economic mood. Just because your analyst isn’t saying ‘buy’ doesn’t mean it’s not a good investment. So, work with your analyst, do your own research and start investing!

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