7 Stocks to Reduce Volatility According to HSBC By Investing.com


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Investing.com – HSBC (LON:) has named a series of global stocks that should continue to do well despite market turbulence, while urging investors to “slow down”.

The difficult start to the year for equities was compounded by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which introduced further uncertainty and volatility to global financial markets.

The , commonly known as Wall Street’s “fear gauge,” has risen more than 90% this year, reflecting investors’ nervousness about future volatility.

In Asia, the equity risk premium – the return generated above a risk-free rate of return – is already higher than average and near the upper end of the range in which it typically trades, analysts said. HSBC strategists.

“When it’s foggy…the best thing to do is to slow down, dim the lights and stay within the lane of traffic. The same goes for Asian stocks.”

“In times of uncertainty, with so many moving parts, it is difficult to make solid predictions. But there are also developments that, despite all the uncertainty, will continue to unfold in the region, in our view. These macroeconomically insensitive themes are a navigational aid in times of uncertainty.”

7 actions to reduce volatility

Delta Electronics (TW:), a Taiwanese chipmaker, is expected at a fair value of 51.90
Taiwan dollars on average according to the Investing Pro model, an upside potential of 18.0%. The stock price is at a 52-week low in its range offering upside potential.

Airtac (TW:), a Chinese pneumatic equipment maker, is expected to trade at a fair value of 966.96 Taiwan dollars on average according to the Investing Pro model, an upside potential of 17.9%. The stock price is in the middle of its 52-week range. Analysts expect an average price of 1,097 Taiwan dollars with a range between 810 and 1,375 Taiwan dollars.

Shenzhen Innovation, a maker of industrial automation control products, is expected to fair value HKD 2.60 on average according to Investing Pro’s model, an upside potential of 58.4%. The stock price is at a 52-week low in its range offering upside potential. Analysts expect an average price of 2.46 HKD with a range between 2 and 3 HKD.

ENN Energy (HK:), listed in Hong Kong, is expected to have a fair value of HKD 150.73 on average according to the Investing Pro model, representing an upside potential of 55.9%. The stock price is at a 52-week low in its range offering upside potential. Analysts expect an average price of 148.16 HKD with a range between 84 and 187 HKD.

Towngas (HK:), a pipeline gas provider, is expected to average fair value of HKD 5.78 according to Investing Pro’s model, representing upside potential of 31.5%. The stock price is at the bottom of its 52-week range offering upside potential. Analysts expect an average price of 7.21 HKD with a range between 5 and 10 HKD.

GAIL, an Indian audience provider, is expected to fair value INR 182.00 on average according to the Investing Pro model, representing an upside potential of 19.5%. The stock price is in the middle of its 52-week range. Analysts expect an average price of INR 192.11 with a range between INR 155 and 240.

Petronet LNG (NS:), an Indian liquefied natural gas importer, is expected to fair value INR 293.00 on average according to Investing Pro’s model, an upside potential of 43.1%. The stock price is at a 52-week low in its range offering upside potential. Analysts expect an average price of INR 266.69 with a range between INR 220 and 356.

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