How To Profit From New “Work from Home” Culture
Whether the COVID-19 pandemic is ramping up again or there is a vaccine around the corner… The economy has seen a lasting impact that has changed the workforce forever. The “work-from-home” economy will now be ingrained into how businesses are operated worldwide.
Overnight, working from home went from being a luxury, only a privileged few could enjoy, to a necessity. 74% of companies now plan to permanently shift to more remote work post COVID. The shift in workplace operations is now the driving force behind the adoption of new and innovative technology.
This provides investors with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest in the winning companies who are at the forefront to capitalize on that fundamental change. Stocks like Zoom Video Communications Inc (NASDAQ:ZM) now have over 200 million daily participants (paid and free) – which is reflected in their stock price soaring over 500% this year.
That’s just one company benefiting from the nature of the work-from-home workforce. There are MANY MORE stocks poised to exploit this new “normal”.
Watch the full video for a master class on how you could take this new “bull market” by the horns!
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