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Season 2, Episode 21: Prepare for the ‘L-Shaped’ Recovery

With David Neuhauser, Livermore Partners

David Neuhauser of Livermore Partners joins the podcast to discuss his expectation of a “L-shaped” economic recovery and corresponding sideways market activity in the years to come. 

There are still opportunities for investors. Here Neuhauser is bullish on certain companies tied to hard assets like oil and copper.

Content:

  • The “best days” of the market rally have likely passed (3:00), expect more rangebound markets in the short run (4:24);
  • What this period of low growth means for markets in the medium term (8:16);
  • What it means to be a contrarian today (9:39);
  • Background on the guest (12:11);
  • How he spends his time in terms of activist situations (17:40);
  • More specifics on opportunities in energy markets. Hint: it’s not in shale (20:31);
  • Concerns about the demand picture? (24:09);
  • There will be a “massive reset” in markets and fundamentals will take hold, causing “further grinding” to the downside, especially amid high-priced securities (26:45);
  • Neuhauser’s process for finding opportunities (27:46).

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Not intended as investment advice.

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Season 2, Episode 20: The Case for Investing in Sports Teams, With Jonathan Boyar

Jonathan Boyar, principal at Boyar Value Group, joins the podcast to discuss the merits of investing in the public equity of professional sports teams.

Boyar is specifically bullish on the Liberty Braves Group (NASDAQ: BATRA, BATRK), a tracking stock that consists of the Atlanta Braves Major League Baseball team and real estate development. 

Content Segments:

  • Sports teams as investments and two that have the guest’s attention at present (3:34);
  • Liberty Braves discussion (5:50);
  • Why now? “You’re at a point of maximum pessimism,” with MLB specifically (8:24);
  • The opportunity brought by sports gambling (14:06);
  • Background on the guest (16:38);
  • The Boyar Value Group’s investing style (19:15) and recent purchase of Twitter (20:50);
  • The makeup of the firm’s portfolio and how it deviates from the S&P 500 (24:22);
  • The opportunity with Hanesbrands (26:40).

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Not intended as investment advice.

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Contrarian Calls, Revisited: Chris Stanton’s Prediction for a 20% Drop in the S&P 500

Chris Stanton, chief investment officer at Sunrise Capital, this January said a market correction was long overdue. With risk seemingly everywhere, Stanton predicted a drop of 20% in the S&P 500 by the end of the first quarter, or March 31.

“Rest assured, we’re heading for a correction and I would argue it’s going to be terrifying when it comes,” Stanton said in the Season 2 premier.

The S&P 500 was around 3,300 at the time of Stanton’s statement.

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