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How to Trade the U.S. China News: 'Buy Good Companies,' Reminds Veteran Adviser

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How to Trade the U.S. China News: 'Buy Good Companies,' Reminds Veteran Adviser

How to Trade the U.S. China News: 'Buy Good Companies,' Reminds Veteran Adviser

The news that the U.S. and China are close to a comprehensive trade deal is a great sign of progress, yet not at all a certainty.

With several details to be worked out, both from a diplomatic and contractual standpoint, and a tariff standpoint, "Don't count the trade until it's cleared, and that's exactly how I feel about trade {tariffs}," said JJ Kinahan of his days on the trading floor.

Kinahan is the chief market strategist for TD Ameritrade.

Related.

Jim Cramer on how to trade the trade news.

With that uncertainty in mind, here's how investors should think about decision making at this juncture: "Still buy good companies," Kinahan said.

"At the end of the day you buy good companies that have good earnings." Related.

Why Kinder Morgan Could be a buy.

Another way to remove risk from one's portfolio is to buy low beta stocks or funds.

"Our clients have been certainly going to low beta...our clients have actually gone through a lot of bond funds and ETF type funds, which tend to be lower beta, rather than some of the more individual stocks," Kinahan said.

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