America is starting to reopen.
That’s good news, and something we need to talk about… which is exactly why it’s the focus of today’s new episode of MoneyLine.
After months of shuttered businesses and “shelter in place” orders, retailers are dusting off their storefronts and people are getting back out into the world – albeit cautiously. For the first time in months, restaurants near my Baltimore home will be allowed to offer services to guests as long as they sit outside.
Selfishly, I’m excited to get back out there.
But it also makes me smile to know that the service workers here in Baltimore and around the country are getting back to work.
The trends are moving in the right direction as the country starts to get back to a new version of normal. We’ll talk about that in the new episode of MoneyLine, including why stocks are up nearly 40% from their March lows.
That brings me to what I call the “social proximity” trade. It’s the exact opposite of the “work from home” trade, or the “social distance” trade.
Think about the businesses that have been hit the hardest by the pandemic. Restaurants… retailers… airlines. Being close to people is part of their experience. As the country continues to reopen, there will be huge opportunities in these kinds of stocks.
And that means it’s time to start putting money to work in the proximity trade.
Over the last few days, we’ve seen a rotation out of some of the biggest recent winners and into these social proximity trades. Even the most beaten-down stocks caught bids this week. What does this mean? And more importantly, what am I looking for when deciding what stocks are good buys? I’ll give you the full details in today’s podcast.
I also introduce you to a “new normal” investment idea. This industry has been on my radar for years, and I have recommended related names in the past. You’ll never guess it, so let me just tell you…
I’ve never been shy about the fact that a pet is simply not for me. I like to travel too much. But I realize I’m an outlier. Furry friends have become the norm, and I’ve seen countless social media posts about people taking advantage of their time at home to bring a new one into their family.
As a result, a pet-related ETF has soared to all-time highs. So in the podcast, I dive into the stocks that are leading the push higher.
All of that – and more! – in this week’s episode of MoneyLine.
P.S. My newest recommendation is our first in what I’m calling the “social proximity” trade.
Social distancing has helped with the pandemic, but businesses that thrive thanks to social proximity have plummeted. With encouraging trends in other countries as well as more states, it’s time to look ahead.
Making the social proximity trade means buying high-quality businesses that have gotten hammered but can thrive as we start getting back together. The rewards for doing so could be huge.
That’s exactly what we’re doing with our Crisis and Opportunity Portfolio, including the newest stock. Click here to learn more about my latest research and how you can be among the first to find out all about this just-released information.
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