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The Fed’s Finest Hour: A Recovery of Historic Proportions

The Fed’s Finest Hour: A Recovery of Historic Proportions

America 2.0 is going beyond the stock market and touching our hearts.

This will be our greatest recovery ever.

The economy will be better than it was before. Better than solid. Greater than great.

But it’s not just an economic recovery.

It’s a recovery for our nation.

The Federal Reserve is finally doing what it should have done its entire history — providing humane, helpful services to Main Street and businesses.

The government and businesses — small and large — are doing what they can to take care of people.

It’s truly incredible how we’ve pulled together as a nation.

And our economic recovery is going to be one for the history books. The market anticipates this. New-world stocks are like coiled springs — about to explode toward new highs in the coming months.

So this week, we’re going to tell you about the miracle small-cap stocks that are leading the market’s charge higher and how you can invest today for America 2.0:

I’m amazed at how quickly America 2.0 is unfolding around us right now. But I want to hear your vision of this incredible transformation. And your America 2.0 investment wish list for the market’s rebound. Let me know here!

Market Talk April 13, 2020

The Federal Reserve’s additional decisive and aggressive actions last Thursday have laid the groundwork to help the U.S. economy recover once this crisis has abated.

In all, the Fed announced it will provide $2.3 trillion in loans to support Main Street small- and mid-sized businesses around the country.

Chair Jerome Powell phrased their latest actions in this way in his latest statement:

“The Fed’s role is to provide as much relief and stability as we can during this period of constrained economic activity. Our actions today will help ensure that the eventual recovery is as vigorous as possible.” [1]

Powell also noted that he foresees a fairly quick rebound in the second half of the year, all because of the fast, all-encompassing actions.

small cap stocks

What’s notable is as soon as the Main Street lending program from the Fed was announced, small-cap stocks represented by the Russell 2000 gained 19%, recording their best weekly gain ever.

Small caps are stocks with a market capitalization between $300 million and $2 billion. You really want these small-cap companies, which are really on fire.

Last week was a big week and we expect that they are going to continue to lead the recovery in terms of the stock market. Big investors are excluded from this. They cannot get in because these companies are too small for them.

This opportunity is almost exclusively for you Main Street investors and regular investors.

You can get in. It’s the one time where your small size is a huge advantage. If you want to get in on  our latest service that laser-focuses on America 2.0 companies and these small, innovative companies, then click here.

Economic Releases

Weekly Economic Releases List 041320

3D Printing Personalizes Medicine.

Now for my innovation story of the week that features not one, but two notable novelties. I tweeted about this first invention this Friday with the caption:

The printer developed by a specialist biotech company called FabRx, states it can print pills with an exact dosage showing us “personalized medicine is the new frontier in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors.” This is where 3D printing and precision medicine come together, like so many other aspects of America 2.0, they are all interconnected, boosting each other and building to the massive fourth industrial revolution that is coming.

The second innovation of the week comes from a new project taking place at the Mayo Clinic and has a very America 2.0 vibe.

America 2.0According to New Atlas, the Mayo Clinic has teamed up with Jacksonville, Florida’s Transportation Authority, self-driving startup Beep and Nayva, a pioneer and specialist in the autonomous vehicle market.

Together, they are manufacturing the country’s first autonomous, human-free shuttle than can transport laboratory specimens from the point of where the specimens are collected to the processing lab at the Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus.

During the current health crisis, the shuttle is already in use.

Since March 30, four autonomous shuttles have been transporting virus tests from collection sites to the labs. I think this is great for America 2.0 regarding autonomous vehicles and driverless technology. It’s being used in a very good way.

V Shaped Recovery of Historic Proportions

Last week we said this was going to be a recovery of historic proportions.

We really believe, just like President Trump is saying he expects an enormous surge out of the economy, we expect the same.

We believe our economy is sitting there right now like a coiled spring. Its going to explode out of the gate.

There’s going to be a recovery that is record-breaking because underneath what’s going on right now, our economy is better than solid. It’s greater than great. It’s more incredible than when we went out of it.

The Fed now is ultimately doing what it should have done for its entire history: provide humane, helpful, useful assistance to Main Street and businesses.

In so many interactions with our investment team we have been talking about how we believe this is the Federal Reserve’s finest hour.

They have intervened on time, in the right quantity and in the right way.

The federal government has also done the right thing. Businesses are stepping forward to also do the right thing. Insurance companies are rebating people, people are giving refunds.

In other words, America 2.0 is going beyond something about the stock market and the economy, it’s changing America right here in our hearts where we are now doing the right things for the right reasons. That’s why I think this is going to be the greatest recovery ever.

Our heart is in the right place, our minds are in the right place.

We are going to come out of this ready to work and make America 2.0 the greatest America ever.

In some ways it’s a little bit like going back to when you used to be able to go to a pharmacist in your hometown and they would compound those medicines for you.

Now we can do that with 3D printing. There’s so many extraordinary things that will come from this.

As always, we are Bullish, Optimistic and Positive.


Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly

Editor, Profits Unlimited


[1]: Federal Reserve takes additional actions to provide up to $2.3 trillion in loans to support the economy


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