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Blacklist: 3 Most Dangerous Stocks to Own in America 2.0

You’ve heard our team talk about all the great industries shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution — America 2.0.

But in order to create something new, something old has to give.

Companies such as Tesla and Facebook have the new-world innovation to succeed in America 2.0. Old-world dinosaur companies will get left in the dust.

That’s why Paul Mampilly created a “blacklist” to guide you through this incredible new era.

The blacklist has 100 stocks you should avoid if you want to lock in the biggest gains in 2020. Here’s a sneak peek at three of them:

  • Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL)
  • Home Depot Inc. (NYSE: HD)
  • General Electric Co. (NYSE: GE)

By avoiding these old-world companies, you’ll make room for an unbeatable America 2.0 portfolio.

The best first step you can take today is to clear out the old to make room for the new. If you want to see Paul’s full blacklist, click here or on the report to access all 100.

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