Economist and INSIGHT newsletter editor A. Gary Shilling is expecting slow growth and deflation in the coming years, along with a secular bear market. But he says there will still be ways for investors to make money.
In a piece published on MoneyShow.com, Shilling lists a number of areas he thinks will produce winners over the next decade. Among them:
- Utility stocks and other solid dividend players
- High-Quality bonds, especially Treasuries
- Consumer staples and foods stocks
- Select healthcare stocks, including those of companies that promote cost containment, provide home health care services and supplies, and make noninvasive diagnostic and surgical equipment.