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If you own the right stocks, it matters very little what the Market does. Even on the worst Market-days, there are usually dozens of stocks that reach new record highs.
For example, on November 12th, 2015, the Market declined by 254 points (1.4%). In the process, 42 stocks achieved one-year highs (including one that climbed 13% during the day) and 35 stocks posted all-time high marks. There is no need for you to keep missing these extraordinary opportunities.
The Market traded off by 203 points (1.2%), on November 13th, amid speculation about the likelihood of the Federal Reserve raising the interest rate in December, as well as continuing concerns about the slowing growth-rate of China's economy. Nevertheless, as is typical during trading-sessions such as this, several dozen stocks rose to either 52-week and/or all-time highs, including one that gained 23% during the day.
On December 3rd, the Market stepped back by 252 points (1.4%). At the same time, 79 stocks marched ahead to their one-year highs — one of them adding 12% during the day — and 39 of them recorded all-time high prices.
The Market plunged by 310 points (1.8%), on December 11th, at the end of its worst week in the last month. This volatility was largely attributable to oil prices declining to near-seven-year lows, due to global oversupply, concerns about mega-mergers such as Dow-DuPont, news of the liquidation of a junk-bond fund, the instability of emerging-market currencies and the anticipation of the Fed's decision on interest rates, the following week. As usual during such pullbacks, many stocks achieved new 52-week and/or all-time highs, including two that gained more than 8% during that session.
On December 17th the Market lost 253 points (1.4%). During the same day, 81 stocks soared to 52-week highs — one gaining 24% and another rising by 39%; and 52 stocks established new all-time highs — four of them adding at least another 9%.
The Market was trimmed by 367 points (2.1%), on December 18th, 2015, in trade-volume that was the second-highest of the year, as investors demonstrated continuing concern about low oil and natural gas prices. It was the worst Market-day since September 1st and its fourth-biggest decline of the year. Still, 44 stocks continued even higher, to 52-week records — six of them rising by more than 7% during the day — and 28 stocks attained all-time high marks.
On January 4th, 2016, the Market plunged by 276 points (1.6%), in a global sell-off, amid concern about negative news of Chinese stocks and the increasing tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran. Nevertheless, as is usually the case during such pullbacks, more than a dozen stocks posted 52-week and/or all-time highs. One of them gained 32% and another stock more than doubled in value during the day's trading-session!
The Market withdrew by 252 points (1.5%), on January 6th, in the worst three-day new-year beginning since 2008. The Energy Sector led the worst performers, with crude oil prices falling to eleven-year lows; and the general withdrawal was exacerbated by the news of North Korea testing its hydrogen bomb. Despite the negative pressure, forty of the hundreds of stocks that continued climbing during the day, established new record high prices. Twenty-seven of them achieved one-year milestones — one of which gained another 42% and thirteen stocks recorded all-time high prices; including one that added 31% more during the session.
On January 7th, the Market suffered its worst drop in three months — losing 392 points (2.3%), due to widespread concerns about the artificially manipulated Chinese economy. During the same tumultuous session, though, many stocks forged ahead, as usual, to attain new 52-week and/or all time high marks — one of which gained 17% during the trading-day.
The Market retreated by 365 points (2.2%), on January 13th, amid reaction to an unexpected rise in crude oil inventories, causing prices to fall below $30 per barrel, for the first time since December 2003. Naturally, there were dozens of stocks that defied the pressure and closed substantially higher. Fifteen stocks gained 10% or more. Five of those added at least 20% and one of them climbed 39% during the trading-session!
On January 15th, the plunge in oil prices sent the Market sharply lower — closing down 391 points (2.4%), after briefly being off by more than 500. As is typical during such pullbacks, hundreds of stocks traded higher throughout the day. Thirty-five of them gained at least 5% — three of which climbed by more than 20% and some recorded all-time highs.
The Market tumbled by 249 points (1.6%), on January 20th, due to investors being concerned about the continued decline in oil prices and how that will affect global growth. Still, during the same session, there were dozens of stocks that went up by more than 10%. Eleven of them increased by 20% or more — one of which soared 79%! As usual, there were also stocks that recorded one-year and/or all-time high prices.
On January 25th, the Dow lost 208 points (1.3%), as global stock markets withdrew, in response to a plunge in the Shanghai Index. At the same time, predictably, more than thirty domestic stocks climbed by at least 10%, including one that gained 69%! Naturally, there was also the usual array of stocks that continued climbing, to reach their 52-week or all-time highs.
The Market pulled back 296 points (1.8%), on February 2nd, due to concerns in the commodities markets and, especially, continuing weaker oil prices. As usual, in such environments, there were twenty-six stocks that gained at least 10%, during the day — ten of which rose by 20% or more and one of them soared 36%! In the same trading session, 47 stocks climbed to their 52-week highs and 24 of them recorded all-time high prices.
On February 5th, the Market fell by 212 points (1.3%), during a major drop in technology stocks, amid speculation about the Federal Reserve Bank's forthcoming intentions. The most bizarre news of the day was an obscure Chinese real estate firm agreeing to buy the 134-year-old Chicago Stock Exchange; giving Chongqing Casin Enterprise Group entry into the very competitive American equity market. Despite that day's pullback, there were, typically, many stocks that continued rising, to surpass their all-time or one-year highs. Twenty stocks gained 10% or more during the day and one of them added 28%!
On February 11th, the domestic market suffered a 255-point (1.6%) loss, during a sell-off in global stock markets, as banks continue to be challenged by negative interest rates in Japan and parts of Europe and the flattening of the U.S. Treasury yield curve. Efforts by the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan to promote growth with lower interest rates have not been successful; and oil prices fell below $27 a barrel — now near thirteen-year lows. Still, as usual, the best stocks continued to march ahead; with thirty-one of them gaining more than 10% in the trading-session — many of which recorded new 52-week and all-time high prices.
On June 24th, the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled by 610 points (3.4%), due to a Black Swan event, in the form of the seminal "Brexit" referendum vote by the UK to leave the European Union, which precipitated a resultant sell-off in global markets. Dozens of stocks, as is typical during such pullbacks, continued to rise. Fifty-two-week highs were achieved by 101 stocks and 48 stocks recorded all-time high prices. Twelve of them rose by more than 5%, during the day and one gained another 18%.
On June 27th, the Market declined by 261 points (1.5%), amid continuing concerns about Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union. As usual, during such days, 71 stocks rose to their 52-week highs and 42 of them continued climbing to post all-time records.
On September 9th, the Market dropped by 394 points (2.1%), selling-off heavily, due to widespread concerns that the Federal Reserve would be raising interest rates. Typically, during the same trading session, fifty-four stocks posted 52-week high prices (one of them gaining 19%, during the day!) and thirteen continued climbing, to all-time highs.
On March 21st, 2017, the Market withdrew by 238 points (1.1%). During the same day, more than fifty stocks gained at least 3%. Eight of them rose by more than 10% and one advanced by 39%!
On May 17th, the Market retreated by 373 points (1.8%), due to intensified worldwide concern about the controversy and resultant turmoil, surrounding the constant, inexplicable behavior of President Trump. Nevertheless, as usual on such days, dozens of stocks continued climbing, to reach their 52-week and/or all-time high prices. Nine of them rose by at least 10%, during the day. Three gained another 20% or more and two of them advanced by at least 30%!
On January 30th, 2018, the Market lost 363 points (1.4%), largely due to a selloff in healthcare stocks, caused by concerns about Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos and Jamie Dimon announcing plans to enter the health insurance business. Among other influences are concerns that the era of low bond rates may be coming to an end. Despite all of the foregoing — as is usually the case, during downturns of the Market — many stocks continued rising, to achieve new record-high prices. Eighty-four of them rose to 52-week highs (three gaining more than 13%) and forty-eight stocks posted all-time high prices — one of them advancing by another 20%, during the day!
On February 2nd, amid continuing concerns about inflation and the bond market, the Market plunged by 666 points (2.5%) — losing nearly one trillion dollars in market-value — its biggest percent-decline since the turmoil of Brexit in June, 2016 and the largest point-loss since the financial crisis of 2008. Notwithstanding all of that, many dozens of stocks continued to rise, as they typically do, during retreats of the Market. Ninety of them attained 52-week high prices, during the day (seven gained more than 8% and one soared by 24%) and 49 stocks continued advancing, throughout the trading-session, to record all-time highs.
On February 5th, the Market plummeted by 1,175 points (4.6%) — the biggest percent-loss since the European debt-crisis of August 2011 and the worst point-decline in history. Rather than being precipitated by fundamentals, it seems that emotions and computer-programmed trading accounted for much of the bizarre activity; as well as concerns about bond-yields and rising interest rates. Nonetheless, amid the chaotic environment, many stocks continued to march ahead, as is typical, during such Market corrections Twenty-nine of them recorded 52-week highs and eleven posted all-time high prices. Among the stocks that didn't achieve new records, thirty-nine gained more than 10% during the day, eleven added 20% or more, five of them advanced at least 40%, four of those rose by more than 60%, two stocks continued soaring by at least 90% and one of them actually doubled in value!
On February 8th, the Market tumbled by 1,033 points (4.2%). Jim Cramer attributed the anomalous activity to "a group of complete morons." Specific influences in the Market-wide sell-off were continued fears about inflation, interest rates, the bond market and how the tax-reform bill will increase the budget deficit. Still, as usual during such declines, many stocks continued climbing, during the day. Thirty-six of them broke 52-week records — four gaining more than 10%, during the session — and thirteen of them achieved all-time highs — one of which rose by another 19%!
On February 28th, the Market pulled back 381 points (1.5%) — ending a ten-month growth-streak. The retreat was mostly due to declines in the stocks of energy, materials and healthcare companies, as well as concerns about the Fed's interest-rate hikes policy. Typically, however, while the Market was declining during the day, many dozens of stocks continued to rise. Ninety-eight of them advanced to establish 52-week records (eight were up by more than 10% and one gained 25%!); and sixty-two stocks attained all-time high prices — three of which advanced by more than 12%, during the session.
On March 1st, after President Trump's latest blunder, when he unexpectedly announced that he intended to propose steep tariffs on aluminum and steel imports — raising fears that it would elicit an international trade war, the Market promptly took a dive of more than 500 points and finally closed 420 points (1.7%) down. Notwithstanding that, as is usual on such days, many stocks continued to advance. Thirty-six of them posted 52-week high prices (one was up 22%!) and twenty-one stocks established all-time high marks — one of them adding another 16%.
On March 19th, the Market fell sharply — pulling back, by 336 points (1.4%) — amid a broad sell-off in tech stocks. Predictably, many dozens of stocks kept rising, during the day. Ninety-two of them recorded 52-week highs (three of which added at least 25% and one gained 90%!) and forty-one stocks achieved their all-time highs.
On March 22nd the Market dramatically withdrew, by 724 points (2.9%) — losing nearly $75 billion in value, on increased fears of a global trade war. All of the major Wall Street indices suffered their largest one-day decline, since the Market correction began, on February 8th . This carnage was precipitated by President Trump's preposterous decision to saddle China with up to $60 billion in new tariffs. Stocks such as Caterpillar, Boeing, General Electric, microchip manufacturers and other significant exporters suffered the most. As usual, in such negative environments, many stocks continued to forge upward. Fifty-seven of them posted 52-week high prices (three of them were up by more than 15% — including one that more than doubled, during the day) and 24 stocks reached all-time highs.
The Market tumbled by another 425 points (1.8%), on March 23rd, in the wake of President Trump's worst possible choice for his third (!) National Security Advisor and China's threatened retaliation for his newly imposed tariffs; ending the worst week for the Market, since January 2016. Nevertheless, many stocks typically moved further ahead. Thirty-eight of them attained 52-week highs — four adding at least 12% during the day and one surging 26% — and twelve stocks recorded all-time high marks.
On March 27th, the Market dropped sharply, once again, by 345 points (1.4%), due to heavy selling in the Tech Sector. Characteristically, during such events, many stocks consistently continued to climb. Seventy-three of them advanced to 52-week highs, during the day — four by adding more than 10% and two, by at least 16% — and forty of them accomplished all-time records.
On April 2nd, the Market fell by 459 points (1.9%) — trading-down by as much as 758 points, during the day — in the wake of President Trump's disingenuous and unfounded criticisim of Amazon. Nonetheless, as always happens during such sell-offs, many stocks continuiued to rise — posting 52-week and/or all-time high prices. One of them gained another 11%, during the session.
On April 10th, the Market dramatically retreated by another 572 points (2.3%), following President Trump's foolish assertion that trade wars are good and are easily won, by the perpetrator. As would be expected of the Market,on such days, many stocks continued upward — setting new 52-week and/or all-time records.
On April 24th, the Market closed off 425 points (1.7%), after being down by as much as 600 during the day, due to disappointing quarterly earnings reports and forward guidance from 3M and Caterpillar, as well as the continued selloff of Apple shares. Reflecting the usual opportunities, during such sessions, many scores of the best stocks continued demonstrating their strength, by recording new record high prices. Ninety-nine of them reached their highest prices in 52 weeks — one of them closing up by another 17% — and 64 stocks soared to their highest marks, ever.
* The latest major buying opportunity occurred when stocks went on sale again, on May 29th, as the Market declined 392 points (1.6%), on fears about the political turmoil in Italy and renewed concerns about trade with China. Predictably, as is typically the case on such days, many dozens of stocks continued their growth patterns and posted new high marks. Do you own any of those stocks? Ninety-seven of them achieved 52-week highs — one of them gaining another 32% during the day — and sixty-seven continued rising, to all-time highs — one of which rose by an additional 22%. Many of the day's biggest gainers were medical marijuana stocks, which are discussed in Paragraph 24, below. All of this demonstrates, once again, that if you own the right stocks, it matters very little what the Market does. There is no justification for your continuing to miss these truly spectacular opportunities.
It is not necessary for you to wonder what your best choices are or to waste your time and money speculating and trading the same group of boring, lethargic and obsolete stocks that are constantly promoted by the “experts” as supposedly being poised for growth, sometime in the near future. Instead of relying on predictions of perceived potential, you can benefit from our presentations of proven performance, revealing stocks that are timely and lucrative now. Analysts offer a confusing variety of conflicting “ratings” of stocks and their alleged potential; but the stocks presented here are already delivering dramatic results and have proved to be real winners — not merely someone’s personal opinions of stocks that are supposedly candidates for success. Don’t handicap yourself by not knowing which stocks are the genuine top-performers. You can take all of the guesswork out of your investing. It's simply a matter of choosing between futile attempts to predict the future or capitalizing on what's happening now.
Why do so many investors pointlessly trade in irrelevant stocks like IBM, Apple, Ford, Chevron, Intel, Bank of America, Walmart, FedEx, American Airlines, CBS, Citigroup, ExxonMobil, Caterpillar, Goldman Sachs, Dupont, American Express, 3M, Procter & Gamble, Oracle, United Technologies, Merck, Berkshire Hathaway, GoPro, Whole Foods, Toyota, Hertz, Best Buy, Twitter, Bed Bath & Beyond, Mattel, Time Warner, UPS, Wynn Resorts, Viacom, Hewlett Packard and Nordstrom? They're among hundreds of popular stocks that were worth less at the end of 2015 than their value at the beginning of the year. There are 622 stocks that have outperformed IBM in the present era that began on the landmark day of March 9, 2009. In 2015, there were many hundreds of stocks that did better than IBM, which actually lost 11% during the year! I know a portfolio manager, who actually says that his biggest challenge is constantly trying to decide whether or not to buy IBM. (!) Can you imagine being that oblivious and confused??
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* Very rarely has even one of the thirty stocks that comprise the Dow Jones Average ever made any really significant gains — even for a brief period of time. In 2015, there wasn't even one of the Dow Jones Industrials in the 100 top-performing stocks; and only one stock in the S&P 500 was among the the top 100 stocks of the year.
From another perspective, there are 29 stocks that have generated an average annual profit of at least 100% — more than doubling in value — every year, for the last five years! How can you justify not owning stocks that are consistently growing at an annual rate of at least 100%?
Although the Market declined by more than 2% in 2015, there are 565 stocks that grew, during the year, by more than 25%. There were 229 of those that gained at least 50%, 68 of them at least doubled during the year, by rising more than 100%, 12 of the stocks at least tripled, by adding 200% or more and 5 stocks at least quadrupled in value during the year, by gaining 300+%. The two top-performers of 2015 skyrocketed by a factor of more than seven times their value at the beginning of the year!
Predictably, in 2016, despite the modest growth of the Market, many traditionally popular stocks were trading at lower prices, at the end of the year than they were at the beginning! Included among them are Nike, CVS, Bristol-Myers, Ford, Abbott Laboratories, Tesla, Whole Foods Market, Celgene, Starbucks, Delta Airlines, Lowe's, Gilead, Anheuser-Busch, Walgreens, Valero, Kimberly-Clark, McKesson, Kroger, Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, Target, Daimler, Bed Bath & Beyond, PPG, Toyota, Under Armour, Hertz, GoPro, Twitter, Costco and Disney.
Many dozens of other highly traded stocks, such as Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Intel, General Motors, McDonald's, DuPont, Cisco, American Express, Pepsi, Home Depot, Boeing, General Electric, Merck, Procter & Gamble, Mastercard, Priceline, Southwest Airlines, Sony, Johnson & Johnson, Visa, Avis, Citigroup, Pfizer, Tiffany and Netflix, didn't even keep up with the Market and/or the rate of inflation.
Conversely, at the same time, more than a thousand stocks increased in value, by at least 25% — nearly twice as much as the Market — and 765 of them climbed by 50% or more. During that same period — as usual — not even one of the Dow Jones Industrials, or even one in the entire S&P 500 Index, was among the fifty fastest-growing stocks. By contrast, there were 227 stocks that more than doubled, during the year. Seventy of those more than tripled in value! Thirty-nine of them at least quadrupled in value, during the year, by gaining 300+%. The top five performers of 2016 soared, during the year, by more than fifteen times their beginning value!
In 2017, the Market uncharacteristically gained 25%. During that time, more than one thousand stocks grew faster than that. There were 807 stocks that rose at least twice as much as the Market, by growing 50% or more. There were 284 stocks that more than doubled, during the year. Ninety-six of those more than tripled in value, by gaining at least 200%. Forty-two of them at least quadrupled in value, during the year, by gaining 300+%! The top five performers of 2017 soared by more than ten times their beginning value. The top three were trading at more than nineteen times their initial price; and the fastest-growing stock of 2017 gained 3,600%!
* Why doesn't your broker know about those stocks; and why are you paying him to “manage” your money and your future?? How many of the foregoing extremely lucrative stocks do you own?
Although most investors constantly and wastefully concentrate on stocks that are listed on one or more of three major indices, not even one stock on the Dow Jones Index, the S&P 500 or the Nasdaq 100 ranked among the hundred fastest-growing stocks of 2017 — as usual.
If your portfolio earned only 25% in 2017, you clearly failed to take advantage of a golden opportunity.
Traditionally popular forms of investment, such as estate jewelry, Old Master paintings, gold and silver, vintage, exotic and collectable cars, First Growth wines and luxury real estate, never begin to compare with the rewards offered by owning rapidly and consistently growing stocks. None of the aforementioned types of investments ever quadrupled, in value, in one year!
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