It breaks my heart to see millions of investors fearing the worst when they should be planning for the best.
Case in point: the FANG stocks.
Investors fell all over themselves in a rush to sell last December when the markets plumbed new lows and people thought a repeat of 2008 was in the proverbial cards.
Since then, those same stocks – Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB), Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX), and Google parent Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) – have tacked on a jaw-dropping $600 billion in market cap.
Chances are good you’re grinning ear to ear if you’ve been following along with me as directed, because I recommended you do two things: 1) stay in and 2) buy more if you could.
“Buy even a single share” – if that’s what it took or that’s what you could afford.
That’s still true today.
I know the markets seem range-bound at the moment, but my hunch is they won’t be for long.
Neither will these stocks – and here’s why…
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Keith Fitz-Gerald has been the Chief Investment Strategist for the Money Morning team since 2007. He’s a seasoned market analyst with decades of experience, and a highly accurate track record. Keith regularly travels the world in search of investment opportunities others don’t yet see or understand. In addition to heading The Money Map Report, Keith runs High Velocity Profits, which aims to get in, target gains, and get out clean, and he’s also the founding editor of Straight Line Profits, a service devoted to revealing the “dark side” of Wall Street… In his weekly Total Wealth, Keith has broken down his 30-plus years of success into three parts: Trends, Risk Assessment, and Tactics – meaning the exact techniques for making money. Sign up is free at totalwealthresearch.com.
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