Global investors have one recent concern in common: Recession

It has been 10 years and we probably feel the next is coming very soon.
None of us will know when, so what is the best thing to do?
Sell all your holdings to risk losing to inflation? Probably no.
Hold on to your current eggs? Maybe not too.

I am not sure what others have in mind but this strategy came into my mind while I was trying to sleep:
1. Create a “Wish list” of companies to hold for Recession.
2. Sell the companies not found in your “Wish List” whenever it reaches the desired price. (Or sell when the fundamentals are deteriorating)
3. Watch the companies you want to “acquire” closely. Buy ONLY when there is value and NOT due to rashness to get in.
4. If you fail to get these companies, the recession will present you …