Crista Huff is the lead analyst of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor, where she combines a strict fundamental methodology with technical analysis, to identify growth and value stocks whose charts are turning bullish.
Crista spent over 20 years working for large global corporations, including 13 years at Morgan Stanley, where she was a Vice President and Financial Advisor. In 2011, she launched a stock market website, Goodfellow, in which the vast majority of Crista’s model portfolios outperformed their comparable U.S. market indices by margins of 50% to 100% and more—with less risk.
In addition to her investment career, Crista has an extensive political background with the GOP and the Tea Party. She was elected to be a 2008 delegate to the Republican National Convention, has volunteered on many political campaigns, and was a groundbreaking Tea Party leader in Colorado. Most recently, she worked as a lobbyist in Washington D.C., promoting policies that benefit U.S. jobs and the economy.
Crista is a frequent guest on political and financial radio shows across the U.S.A.
Articles by Crista Huff
We could see a stock market correction in the near future, due to an abnormal concentration of capital in technology stocks and S&P 500 index ETFs (exchange traded funds).
As shares of one of our financial services companies approach long-term price resistance, I’m moving the stock from Strong Buy to Hold, simply because there’s less capital gain potential in the near-term.
While I don’t think we just saw the end of the run-up in technology stocks, I do think investors should begin to pare back their tech holdings and do these two things: raise cash, and buy undervalued stocks in other sectors.
I'm selling one of our stocks and adding a new bank stock to the Growth Portfolio. I also describe a big June catalyst for banks’ share prices and highlight 11 other bank stocks.
There’s something unusual and significant afoot in the bond market so I'm going to pluck my Goldman Sachs update out of the Growth Portfolio updates, and put it right here in the intro so that nobody misses what’s going to be happening soon.
Chevron (CVX) is an undervalued energy stock that appears primed for a major run now that OPEC has extended production cuts into 2018.