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Markets Are Imploding... but These Stocks Are Exploding

Written by Sean McCloskey
Posted March 29, 2021

U.S. markets are back in the red across the board to kick off this week’s trading. 

The forecast for stocks this week: more volatility, more surprise up-and-down swings, and, come Friday, the major indexes will squeeze out some modest gains.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with small gains during a choppy, sideways stock market. Any gain is better than no gain, and certainly better than taking a loss. Plus, it’s still very early in the year. Compounding small gains week after week or month after month will add up quickly.

Two-percent gains per month, for example, for the next six months is a 12% win. And when the bulk of your holdings offer this type of return, you're significantly ahead of most of your peers.

I can promise you that.   

The problem is folks are so conditioned to expect monster returns with every investment that even modest gains leave people unhappy, which can lead folks to irrational decision-making, which in turn gets them nowhere with their investments. This thinking can even make you lose money.

It’s kind of like being stuck in a traffic jam. I travel up and down the Eastern Corridor of the U.S. on I-95 a lot. I know at certain times near certain cities the traffic will be volatile no matter what. A prime example is 4:30 p.m.–6:30 p.m. outside of Richmond, Virginia. Drivers will be extremely unpredictable and downright dangerous.

When I drive in this traffic, I have two choices. I can ignore reality, drive aggressively, run along the shoulder, pass cars way too closely, tailgate, and run the chance of getting a ticket, or worse, into a bad accident.

Or I can swallow my pride, accept reality, and cruise safely at 45 mph until I’m through the city limits, safely, cheaply, and only delayed by 20 minutes from the slowdown.

Much like in the scenario above, when facing a choppy sideways market, we as investors have two choices as well. We can ignore the reality of the situation, press on the gas, take extra risks, and make irrational choices that will ultimately leave us burned and losing money... 

Or we can accept the reality of the situation and ease off the accelerator a bit, cruise through this choppy market rationally, and come out the other end in good shape.

It’s time to make your choice.

How You Can Be the Smartest Investor in the Room   

There’s something you should know about the best professional investors and market experts.

Even the best stock pickers and analysts rely on other experts.

In fact, if you’re an expert in anything, be it fishing or brain surgery, you know exactly what I'm talking about. You rely on your expert peers to keep your ideas fresh and your skills sharp.

The same goes for stock picking. 

Here’s another thing you need to know about professional investors. 

A successful investor or analyst conducts an incredible amount of research. They pore over charts, balance sheets, press releases, and earnings reports. They read studies, attend events and conferences, and much more. And, of course, they also talk to MANY other experts.

The kicker is that to do this amount of research, you need time — a lot of it.

Stock picking isn’t rocket science. Yes, there are complex equations that help us determine certain ratios, and it helps to have a strong understanding of economic relationships. Yes, there are technical patterns in stock charts that some see immediately, while others never notice.

But the real thing that holds most folks back from being successful traders is that they simply do not have the time to do all this research and studying. And, compounding the problem, they don’t have good advice.  

As an investor, you need quality advice, which is why my colleagues and I are here.  

I love doing what I’m doing, and I want you to love the feeling of winning on Wall Street. I am going to use my expertise, and the expertise of others I rely on, to help you be the smartest investor in the room.

Three Stocks That Are Exploding While the Greater Market Implodes

What do Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Peter Thiel, and Bill Gates all have in common? Aside from being filthy rich, of course...

The answer is they are all currently investing heavily in a brand-new technology. The unique thing about this advanced tech is that most folks have never heard about it.

Sure, you’ve heard tons about the benefits people will receive from 5G, driverless cars, smart cities, and digital twin manufacturing. But without one specific underlying technology, none of these promises will ever become reality. 

The good news is my colleague and market expert Chris DeHaemer identified this trend months ago, and his followers are now up over 500% on his recent recommendation on this amazing new technology. Click here to learn more.

But that’s not all. My fellow colleague and expert analyst Keith Kohl has uncovered a company that is set to become one of the most important component part makers for the entire U.S. communications network. And like many of our expert recommendations, this stock is off to the races and handing followers massive returns. Click here to see how.

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To your wealth,

Sean McCloskey
Editor, Energy and Capital

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After spending 10 years in the consumer tech reporting and educational publishing industries, Sean has since redevoted himself to one of his original passions: identifying and cashing in on the most lucrative opportunities the market has to offer. As the former managing editor of multiple investment newsletters, he's covered virtually every sector of the market, ranging from energy and tech to gold and cannabis. Over the years, Sean has offered his followers the chance to score numerous triple-digit gains, and today he continues his mission to deliver followers the best chance to score big wins on Wall Street and beyond as an editor for Energy and Capital.

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