Our Latest Picks are on Fire! Here's What You Should Do ...
I love it when a plan comes together! That’s what the late, great George Peppard used to said as “Hannibal” on The A-Team – and it’s how I feel about many of our latest picks.
In my High Yield Investing newsletter, I recently recommended an industrial and construction equipment rental firm.
It was making all the right strategic moves, it yielded roughly twice the S&P 500, and I figured it would be a solid double-digit winner over the next year or two.
I was wrong. Instead, it took just six WEEKS for the stock to soar 41%! So, I told my subscribers to go ahead and bag their juicy gains. Almost every single remaining position is showing solid single-digit or double-digit profits, too.
Since I’ve been talking about these kinds of picks and that letter for a while, I trust you’re already on board and enjoying your profits. But if not, you can still join before the October issue goes out this week by clicking here.
Then there’s the brand-new service we just launched last month called Weiss Ratings’ Under the Radar Stocks. It focuses on the hundreds of stocks out there with very little (or no) traditional Wall Street analyst coverage, but that Weiss Ratings can track, analyze, and issue BUY (or HOLD and SELL) recommendations on. That’s because of the vast computing power and much more extensive reach of our research and ratings database, which covers more than 15,000 stocks.
We launched with three initial recommendations, and one of them has already soared more than 23% in just over three weeks! The other two are showing decent (and growing) single-digit gains.
Again, I gave you an advanced heads up about the amazing potential of these kinds of stocks here and here, so you’re probably already enjoying those gains. But if not, there’s still time to get on board before our October issue goes out next week; Just click here.
Finally, I have to give credit where credit is due. A major reason for our success is the cycles-based work our firm’s founder Martin D. Weiss and my colleague Sean Brodrick at the Edelson Institute are doing. They’ve been stressing that the rapidly approaching financial crisis will unfold in phases, with different markets performing differently at each stage in the process.
You can get their complete Forecasts Here, and I urge you to do so. But in a nutshell, they present several surprising reasons why U.S. stocks could actually be a port in the coming global storm. That means the gains I highlighted could be just the beginning of an incredible wave of winners!
Some of my favorite sectors remain industrials, energy and other commodity-sensitive stocks, technology, and financials. You’ll get specific names in the newsletters I just mentioned, as well as precise “buy” and “sell” targets and other guidance. But if you’re not quite ready to join, you can still use the Weiss Ratings to do your own research and find attractive investments.
I created this Favorite Sector Stock Screener to help light the way for you. It lists every stock with at least a “B-” (BUY) Rating in the sectors I just highlighted. They needed to have a stock price of at least $5, a market capitalization of at least $50 million, and 30-day average trading volume of at least 50,000 shares – as well as a positive year-to-date return. The list is sorted in descending order by Rating.
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You can see there are a wealth of stocks in my top-rated sectors that are performing very well for investors, and that are on their own “A Team” Ratings-wise. So, consider digging into them and adding a few to round out your own portfolio for the remainder of 2017 and beyond!
Until next time,
ETF Spotlight Edition, by Mike Larson, Senior Analyst
Mike Larson is a Senior Analyst for Weiss Ratings. A graduate of Boston University, Mike Larson formerly worked at Bankrate.com and Bloomberg News, and is regularly featured on CNBC, CNN, Fox Business News and Bloomberg Television as well as many national radio programs. Due to the astonishing accuracy of his forecasts and warnings, Mike Larson is often quoted by the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, As-sociated Press, Reuters, CNNMoney and many others.