It’s a great time of the year to be an investor.
That’s because November and December are historically the best two months of the year for stocks.
But if you follow the crowd, you could make a huge mistake and actually lose money on your investments this holiday season.
In today’s Market Insights, experts Ian King and Michael Carr discuss the right way to trade the holidays. They also talk about:
- Some stocks do great over the holiday season … and others don’t. Quote: “A lot of people believe it’s best to get into small caps. … [But] small caps and tech stocks show losses more than half the time.”
- Santa Claus doesn’t always visit the stock market at the end of December. Quote: “Trade with the trend. If prices are plummeting on Christmas Eve, don’t buy. Don’t be a hero.”
- Now’s the time to start looking ahead to 2020. Quote: “I think we’ve got to watch the election next year. And remember: Election years are volatile.”
Plus, Ian and Mike answer an important question about their Thanksgiving plans.
To watch their seven-minute video now, simply click on the image below:
Mike’s Precision Profits strategy is a great way to trade the holiday season.
His recommendations lead his readers to the chance at up to triple-digit gains regardless of the overall condition of the market.
For full details on Mike’s unique methodology, click here.
Assistant Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing
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