Being in front of trends are one of the hardest things to do because it requires the guts to be on the roads less traveled. I see this when I cover early trends and the statistical interest I clearly see from views, clicks, and other analytics.
Many people did not want to acknowledge the potential for stocks to start their recovery in mid-March in the depths of the Covid-19 madness. Investors want to believe the stock market is a reflection of the economy and while that is partially true, this has been decoupling for many years and the disconnection is only widening.
Many people are scratching their heads as to why stocks moved higher and are literally experiencing the BEST 50 days on record specifically for the S&P 500.
But as I’ve said here time and time again, if you believe the Fed is going to print the s*** out of the dollar, you have to acknowledge that this money will settle in the price of assets.
This isn’t overly complicated analysis. This is how we’ve profited from the markets.
Knowing the market cycles and how they work, we saw the recovery phase coming and acted accordingly. And now that the S&P 500 just posted its best 50 days on record, every guru is bragging about how they called it, but we actually have the documentation to prove it: the stocks, the buy prices, and the research-driven rationale.
But while they were calling for further capitulation in the stock market at the height of the Covid crisis, Crush the Street was sending out buy signals on a carefully researched and selected group of high-quality names. It’s been an absolute bonanza for our loyal readers who put in their buy orders and let the market magic happen.
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Just one example is Leggett & Platt (LEG), a company that’s off of most investors’ radars but we called the stock eerily close to the best value they’ve ever been since 2008. Our recommended buy price was $26.50 and we called it with pinpoint accuracy as the shares sprinted from that price to $35.77 in a matter of days:
That’s a 35% gain and all you had to do was set a limit order to buy LEG stock at the right price. Sure, the S&P has recovered nicely but LEG is a perfect example of how you can quickly outperform index funds with just a few picks and a fair amount of patience.
The idea is to let the stock price come to you – chasing stocks is a fools errand! Plus, you need to know why you’re buying a stock at a particular time which we explain in the Shopping List report.
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For another example, there’s the tech giant Cisco, whose stock shares got slammed when the coronavirus spread to the United States.
Meanwhile, Crush the Street we were able to call CSCO stock a generational bargain. Our buy-up price was $37, and in early June it’s still rallying hard – a 25% gain and still going:
But again, patience is the key here. If you had bought CSCO stock at $37, you were at a temporary loss for a couple of weeks. It takes prudence, as you’re not trying to catch the exact bottom of the move. If you’re investing in great companies at a good price, you can let time be your friend and trust that the market will bid up the share price in due time.
And thanks to the Fed, it didn’t take very long for that to happen with CSCO stock.
Just don’t lose sight of the non-negotiable rule of investing: research and data must drive your decisions. Not everyone has a dedicated research team like we do, but Crush the Street’s reports are the great equalizer in the stock market, giving everyone a shot at building wealth and beating the Street.
The middle-class has been given crumbs in the form of $1,200 stimulus checks which have been largely spent and or even saved, but the ultra-wealthy received lifelines to their mega-businesses and valuations of their assets that’s worth trillions.
My advice is to outpace the degradation of the country’s living standard by owning assets and building sustainable cashflow.
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