After a wild couple of weeks for growth stocks, March kicked off with the best one-day rally in months. There was more volatility again today, but the bottom line is that the major stock indices continue to trade near historic highs.
On today’s new episode of MoneyLine, I discuss the current market situation and how to view the action. Hint: Think big picture … and think opportunity. If you can’t do that, well, you might need to take a long hard look in the mirror. Some tough love from yours truly.
I know everyone hates to see their stocks pull back from highs, but that’s reality. Instead of dwelling on the past or what is happening right now, turn your attention to the future.
With COVID-19 hospitalizations down more than 40 straight days in the U.S., more and more people getting the vaccine, and places like sporting venues starting to open their doors again — you need to get your portfolio ready.
The Grand Re-Opening opportunity will be one of the best chances to make big money in the next two years.
Of course, there are the usual suspects including airlines, hotels, restaurants, and the like. However, there are many other opportunities that aren’t so in your face, and many investors will miss them. That’s why you must think outside the box. So, that is just what I did on today’s MoneyLine.
Here’s your second hint of the day: Think healthcare!
I share 10 stocks that could flourish during the Grand Re-Opening. All are related to healthcare, and all have the potential to see demand soar as people get back to normal (whatever that normal will be).
Get ready for a list of stocks you may never have thought could be big winners in the months and years ahead as the global economy opens back up for business.
Check out the show, and while you’re at it I’m going to inquire about my Philadelphia 76ers season tickets. They just announced they’re going to start letting some fans attend games again.
Bring on the Grand Re-Opening!
On the date of publication, Matthew McCall did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.
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