This week, equity markets have faced high levels of volatility. In the short term, this could continue and we could see something like below 7000 (and subsequent recovery) on Wednesday. For long-term investors, I think such a mini-stock market crash এবং and any potential big crash দিতে could offer the opportunity to snap some FTSE 100 shares at a discounted price.
With that in mind, here are five blue-chip stocks that I will buy for my portfolio.
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The first company on my list is the Real Estate Investment Trust British Land. Statistics show that workers are returning to the office, and consumers are returning to brick-and-mortar stores across the UK. Collection of rent by commercial property landlords is also returning to pre-epidemic stage.
Nevertheless, shares of British Land continue to trade below the level they began in 2020. I think it might be an opportunity for me to buy this portfolio of high quality commercial property assets at a discount. Among the challenges the company may face are further restrictions on coronaviruses, which could lead to another reduction in rent collection.
I will use stock market correction to snap shares in FTSE 100 Bank Standard Chartered And NatWest.
Offers a way for ex-investors to create exposure for the global economy and economic recovery. It has a network of offices around the world, focusing on emerging markets. It is also building its asset management division, which has significant margins over the conventional banking business in recent years.
Meanwhile, NatWest is a UK-centric provider, which should benefit the UK’s economic recovery. Over the past 24 months, the group has experienced a high level of turmoil, but it has emerged from the coronavirus crisis with a strong balance sheet and profits are now returning to growth.
Both of these donors should report additional growth as interest rates begin to rise. That said, if interest rates are kept at record lows or even fall into negative territory, both lenders could suffer.
FTSE 100 recovery stock
I think a stock market mini crash could provide an excellent opportunity to buy FTSE 100 recovery stock Intercontinental Hotel. The travel and tourism industry was brought to its knees by the epidemic. It has now begun to recover.
With well-known and international brand stability, I think Intercontinental is one of the best ways to invest in this recovery. That’s why I buy stocks for my portfolio.
However, this is not a risk-free investment. It may take years for the travel and tourism industry to return to 201 levels of activity. Therefore, this investment may not be suitable for everyone.
Eventually, I will buy a building materials supplier CRH. As the world recovers from the epidemic, demand for building materials is growing. The company is already benefiting from this trend, and its share price has responded positively.
However, with the recent stock market sinking, shares of the FTSE 100 company have actually crashed, falling more than 10%. As such, I think it’s an opportunity to buy growth business in discount valuation. The challenges we may face include higher wage costs and material inflation.
Rupert Hargreaves owns shares in British Land Co. The Motley Full UK has been recommended by British Land Co, Intercontinental Hotels Group and Standard Chartered. The opinions expressed in the companies mentioned in this article may differ from those of the authors and therefore the official recommendations we make on our subscription services such as Share Advisors, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Flower we believe that considering a variety of insights makes us a better investor.