Top 10 S&P 500 Stock Analysis (AAPL, MSFT, AMZN, NVDA…)

Top 10 S&P 500 stocks analysed!

0:00 Power of S&P 500
2:44 AAPL
6:56 AMZN
10:52 NVIDIA
14:03 GOOG
17:20 BRK
18:33 TSLA
20:14 META
21:00 UNH
23:13 XOM
24:33 Market Introduction

BRK Analysis

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  1. Sven, thanks for analysis. I have a question: why do you think that the fair PE for different stock along the road is 10, if for example JNJ with almost no growth is trading with PE 22+

  2. Have not watched you in so long Sven, great video.
    I commented on a video you posted on Tesla in 2020/2021 saying how I did not agree with your perspective and how I thought nothing could go wrong, good times will last and you replied to me last year laughing at me 😂.
    So much to learn thank you for your work

    1. Sorry to hear that, for me it is about risk and reward! but, when it comes to TSLA, you never know…

  3. Sven did his analysis, he was convinced google was a buy at less than $100. When the time came to buy at that price he managed to convince himself again that not yet!!

    The market can f**k with everyone’s emotion 😅😅😂😂😂

    1. that is certainly a perspective, my perspective is that I make decisions based on information accumulation and careful weighting…

  4. Thank you for the Analysis. Bought Seeking Alpha with your Link last week. Enjoying it so far. Would love an Analysis of UFP industries or Comcast 🙂

  5. Thanks for the bucket of cold water, Sven. I like your rational content. One question:
    How do you see the VOO and VTI ETFs in the next 5 years considering a very possible recession on the way? The ETFs with a great exposure on S&P500 may not be the best bets but… are the other ones safer? Well, that’s something I’d love to hear from you. Thanks!

  6. Perhaps going for the value part of SP500 is a better buy, it trades for around 11 P/E (VLUE), combine that with some msci world quality or low volatility and you still are around 13-14 P/E, and you have modest tilt towards value and profitability and some modest global diversification. Anyways, great stuff from Sven.

  7. I completely agree with you on Apple. ROIC of the last two years was 50% while historic is more on the 25%. So I expect exactly a possible 50% downturn as you mentioned

    1. Apple had their downturn of around 30% already. Sorry if you missed it but expecting anything more than while you wait on the sidelines is what’s risky.

    2. @Darcy Fitzpatrick I have alternatives, if it come in my fair value range I’ll buy, otherwise I’ll pick other stocks

    3. @spazza neve totally fair if the goal is to find companies on sale with the expectation they will do a fast run up after you buy. For me, it’s more about finding incredible companies that I know I can buy and hold for the next decade or longer and be handsomely rewarded regardless of what my entry point was, no timing needed. Very few companies like that out there and Apple, in my estimation, is one of them.

    4. @Darcy Fitzpatrick You have a good point, but if you don’t look at the price, also MSFT NVDA, VISA etc are incredible. Let’s talk again about Apple in 2 or three quarters when interest rate will impact the real economy… Apple is incredible but sells dicretionary items

  8. I found your analysis interesting. Looking forward to the next video. Maybe looking at 10 S&P 500 stocks that have dropped the most in the last year would provide more interesting stocks to evaluate?

  9. Great learning Sven, indeed market is still pricy and never follow the hypes!
    Thank you for sharing

  10. I love it when analysts say Apple is too expensive and too risky. They’ve been saying it every year for the last 15 years. I guess eventually someone has to be right lol

  11. The lesson I’m learning over and over again from Sven and other good investors is that it’s all about the art of saying no. Every emotion in me wants to put money in the market for all kinds of reasons that aren’t related to the fundamental business case or intrinsic value, like not wanting to miss the window. But the more you learn to say no, the better your yesses will be. You will still make mistakes but less disastrous ones as a result.

  12. Great stuff. I agree with you that these all look over valued and I generally would not buy growth stocks.
    So you are going to cover all 500 stocks in S&P? Bless you so much if yes.

  13. Great video. What can justify these prices? The FED bringing rates to 0 and printing more money.

  14. The key to becoming wealthy is buying high quality companies at reasonable or cheap prices.

    You have to be extremely patient.

    The second key requirement is to control your emotions. For example i have a holding in nvidia. When its sky rocketing in price a lot of people would get caught up in the hype & buy more. Similarly people often sell a stock when share prices crash.

    In essence buy quality companies at reasonable prices & hold them

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