It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Fairy lights are out in force, sky-high pine trees adorn every office, and Australians are out painting the town a festive shade of red.
And while we have suffered through a touch of volatility over the past few weeks (thanks to a new COVID-variant), December, as it has in previous years, has started out with a bang.
The S&P/ASX 200 has lifted nearly 2% over the past week. But there are still some stocks that could rally further as we head into the New Year and beyond. These include Tyro Payments and Harvey Norman, both of which could benefit from the annual Christmas rush, as well as Qantas Airways - whose planes are already taking off (both domestically and internationally) while its share price stalls.
In this Christmas special, Livewire's James Marlay is joined by Tribeca's Jun Bei Liu and Market Matters' James Gerrish for their thoughts on these three beaten-down stocks. Plus, they also name two stocks that are ready for a turnaround in 2022.
Watch the interview below:
View the full transcript on the Livewire website here.