The first few months of 2021 have been wild.
We’ve seen everything from the Covid-19 vaccine rollout to a new president, a surge in Covid-19 cases overseas and a pullback in growth stocks. And just yesterday, President Joe Biden proposed to more than double the capital gains tax.
That’s why today’s special new episode of MoneyLine is titled “Optimism & Opportunity.”
I want to concentrate on the good that’s out in the world right now and how opportunities remain abundant in the stock market.
But before diving into stocks, I discuss the action in Bitcoin (CCC:BTC-USD) and altcoins. The world’s largest cryptocurrency pulled back to trade below $50,000 today for the first time in a month. I lay out my game plan for weekend trading … and it may surprise you.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a Friday episode of MoneyLine without a famous McCall rant. You can probably guess what it’s on — higher taxes. This is not a left or right political situation. It is an overall issue with the way politicians view taxpayer money as their personal piggybank. More on that in the podcast.
And while we’re on the subject of rants, Cathie Wood of ARK Invest has been trashed in the media recently as her exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have lagged the market so far this year. I think this is completely unfair. So much so, in fact, that I share three stocks her firm has been buying that look like great long-term opportunities.
Then it’s time for the “Opportunities” segment of today’s show … and lots of them. I highlight 10 stocks that I’m considering for my very exclusive watch list. It’s the most diverse group you’ll ever hear about on MoneyLine.
Don’t believe me? Well, the companies include a play on the reopening of Europe … a miner … a Chinese wind-power player … an insurance company … a sporting goods retailer … and even an old-school auto parts maker.
You can’t miss this special show full of optimism and opportunities. Click here to watch it now.
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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