Best Value Stocks for 2022
In this video transcript, IU Einstein Karim Rahemtulla highlights three of the best value stocks for 2022.
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3 of the Best Value Stocks for 2022
Hi, this is Karim Rahemtulla, Head Fundamental Tactician for The War Room and co-founder of Monument Traders Alliance. I’ve got three picks for you for this year, and this year is gonna be a really different year than what you’re used to, I think, okay.
This is gonna be a year for value stocks, okay? When I talk about value stocks, I’m talking about companies that are gonna be reporting very strong numbers this year and for very different reasons.
You’ve gotta pay attention, because there might be a huge rotation, especially in the first quarter from growth stocks, like tech stocks, right into these value stocks, because these guys are really, really hitting their groove at the right time.
Read on for Karim’s list of the 3 best value stocks for 2022…
#1 – Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC)
So the first one is Wells Fargo. So you think, “Wells Fargo, wasn’t that the company that had all that problems with fake signups?” Maybe you got a card that you didn’t order, or maybe you’re sitting on a mortgage you’re paying for that you didn’t have.
But anyway, Wells Fargo’s gotten past that and they are the cheapest of all the major banks. So why would you get into a bank stock?
Well, with interest rates rising banks make more money. And when banks make more money, that means the share price should go even higher. And Wells Fargo share price right now is still depressed, compared to the peers like JPMorgan, like Bank of America.
So you’ve got a chance to get into a very strong stock that’s gonna earn a lot of money in 2022. And one of the insiders had an idea about it because they bought shares back during the crash in 2020 at around 25 bucks, and guess what, we did too.
So this is a company you should pay attention to. If you think interest rates are gonna move up, which I think they are this year, you’re gonna do well with Wells Fargo.
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#2 – United Airlines Holdings Inc (Nasdaq: UAL)
Can you imagine what that’s gonna be like in 2022, when you get into the summer season, when transatlantic picks up and when Pacific picks up and that’s where United makes a ton of its money.
So you’re looking at a company that has a potential to earn five to $10 a share over the next year or two, and it’s trading in the 40s. That’s a real value pick.
#3 – ViacomCBS Inc (Nasdaq: VIAC)
And even though it’s growing really at a stronger rate right now, and it’s making money. So Viacom is one of these companies that should be a stealth play, a value play. It’s trading at probably eight times next year’s earnings which is ridiculous for a company that’s growing as fast as it is. I’m looking at Viacom as one.
So those are my three best value stocks for 2022. Good luck with them. I think we’re in for a great year for value.
About Karim Rahemtulla
Karim began his trading career early… very early. While attending boarding school in England, he recognized the value of the homemade snacks his mom sent him every semester and sold them for a profit to his fellow classmates, who were trying to avoid the horrendous British food they were served.
He then graduated to stocks and options, becoming one of the youngest chief financial officers of a brokerage and trading firm that cleared through Bear Stearns in the late 1980s. There, he learned trading skills from veterans of the business. They had already made their mistakes, and he recognized the value of the strategies they were using late in their careers.
As co-founder and chief options strategist for the groundbreaking publication Wall Street Daily, Karim turned to long-term equity anticipation securities (LEAPS) and put-selling strategies to help members capture gains. After that, he honed his strategies for readers of Automatic Trading Millionaire, where he didn’t record a single realized loss on 37 recommendations over an 18-month period.
While even he admits that record is not the norm, it showcases the effectiveness of a sound trading strategy.
His focus is on “smart” trading. Using volatility and proprietary probability modeling as his guideposts, he makes investments where risk and reward are defined ahead of time.
Today, Karim is all about lowering risk while enhancing returns using strategies such as LEAPS trading, spread trading, put selling and, of course, small cap investing. His background as the head of The Supper Club gives him unique insight into low-market-cap companies, and he brings that experience into the daily chats of The War Room.
Karim has more than 30 years of experience in options trading and international markets, and he is the author of the bestselling book Where in the World Should I Invest?