The Capitalist Investor - Episode 95

Mark and Derek are back and better than ever! The guys discuss not only some beaten down stocks that might be good buys, but the overall market conditions as well. What does the 4th quarter have in store? How would the market react if the debt ceiling is not raised? And finally, is there a correction on the way? The Iceman and Diamond Hands D have it all for you, next!

[10:44] Deere & Co. (DE) is the world’s leading agricultural equipment manufacturer, producing some of the most recognizable products in the heavy machinery industry.

[13:30] UBS Group (UBS) is the world’s largest wealth manager, with $2.6 trillion in assets under management.

[16:40] Vertex Pharmaceuticals (VRTX) is a global biotechnology company that discovers and develops small-molecule drugs for the treatment of serious diseases.

[19:45] Visa (V) is one of the largest payment processors in the world.

[22:18] Dow (DOW) is a diversified chemical manufacturing company. It was formed as a result of the 2017 merger of Dow and DuPont (DD) and subsequent spinoff in 2019. It provides a world-renowned portfolio of advanced, sustainable and leading-edge products and solutions across high-growth market segments such as packaging, infrastructure and consumer care.

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