With the impending recession on the horizon (if it’s not already here going by the record layoffs this week), I’m looking to start tailoring some of my portfolio buys towards more “recession proof” stocks to try easy any losses.
So I’ll start with mine and that is - Kimberly Jones
The biggest supplier of toilet paper and nappies in the world, owning some of the largest brands in that sector…no matter how tough times are you still need to wipe your …
As an aside, another fund I’ll be investing into is RoboGlobal, it’s clear that ai/automation is the future, just need to look at ford and nissan for example and the layoff of over 6,000 personnel, no doubt by design for them to be replaced by Robots price is low just now and I can only see this growing in the next 5+ years.
What will you be looking to invest in with the recession looming?