Today on the Daily Dive, we sit down with David Barse, a returning guest and the founder and CEO of XOUT Capital. He dives deep on valuations on the broad market (0:48), the outlook of the Microsoft-Activision deal amid pending government review (1:39), the technology sector’s recent decline (4:13), and the impact of rate hikes on valuations (5:35). David further discussed what he thinks about airlines voicing safety concern regarding the planned launch of 5G services by telcos (6:16), his own outlook for the market (7:42), and what companies to look out for this year (9:02).
XOUT Capital is an index firm that focuses on identifying which firms not to own, or “XOUT” in an index. The firms flagship index is based on the top 500 companies in the US, with which the firm uses a proprietary formula to cut-out the bottom 250 names from this list to form an index. The index currently trades as an ETF through GraniteShares, referred to as the XOUT U.S. Large Cap ETF under the ticker symbol “XOUT”.
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