These 2 Stocks Have Profited After Every Election Since 1960
We still don’t have a victor in the most polarizing election, maybe of all time.
It seems that Mr. Trump is losing ground, and Mr. Biden is on the brink, but the country is still counting votes…
What is the market telling us, and where are the current opportunities for traders/investors?
Some historical themes to keep in mind:
- The S&P 500 has risen after the last seven out of ten presidential electors.
- The sector that has benefited the most post-election has been the industrial sector.
Want some actionable data to go along with those themes?
We have performed some statistics and have found several stocks that are outperforming the market (some by a factor of 10:1). We have also found two stocks that have outperformed the market in the sixty days following the election since 1960…
Watch the interview to find out the stocks gearing up to win big from this current election.
One thing we are certain about after the election is the coordinated technological push that is set to crush the 5G revolution before it even takes off. CNBC has said once this network is switched on in early 2021, it will trigger a $15 trillion technological surge, which will disrupt the way all humans live their daily lives.
I am unveiling what this technology is and how investors can take action early to have the chance of gains like 515%, 960%, and 1,267%… Please pay close attention to this message because we’re in the first inning of the biggest tech disruption since the internet itself!
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