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Investors are flocking to the largest US growth stocks as concerns rise over the global economy

edited February 16 in The Bullpen
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cnbc.com/amp/2020/02/15/investors-are-flocking-to-the-largest-us-growth-stocks-as-concerns-rise-over-the-global-economy.html

Investors are flocking to the largest US growth stocks as concerns rise over the global economy



KEY POINTS
The U.S. economy offers more stable growth and American securities promise more secure cash flows and yield than a globe beset by woes like the coronavirus.
Among the winners is the Vanguard Mega-Cap Growth ETF, made up of large companies viewed as having the most reliable future growth and profitability in these uncertain times.
But valuations and strange moves in speculative-growth stocks like Tesla could be raising some red flags.
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