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IPOs, Stocks & Options for V-Rocket Recovery

IPOs, Stocks & Options for V-Rocket Recovery

The IPO market is on FIRE!

As of today, the count is at 343 initial public offerings (IPOs) this year. And we’ve still got two months to go!

These new-to-market stocks can take off in America 2.0 leading to huge gains.

Check out today’s video to find out the 1 IPO we’re watching in 2021. But that’s not all. We’re also going to give you:

  • The 3 biggest IPOs on our radar this year.
  • The top trades for the market’s V-rocket recovery.
  • And a fast options opportunity for my 3R’s!

You won’t want to miss this one. Amber pulled in my right-hand IPO analyst, Patrick Goodrich to help give you all of these opportunities today:

Paul Mampilly’s Recovery Forecast is Coming True!

Bold Profits Nation, we are receiving economic confirmation from everywhere that Paul’s three R forecast is no only coming true, but it’s on fire. Simply put, the three R’s of America 2.0 recovery is going to be huge and you won’t want to miss out. Paul confirmed as much in our recent investment team call.

So, we are giving you five trades to buy today that fit hand in glove with Paul’s three R forecast, as well as details on how to potentially make fast gains trading options in the three R’s recovery.

Our wonderful colleague Patrick Goodrich, investment analyst at Bold Profits who works very closely with Paul on our IPO Speculator trading service, will be chiming in to give you company names of select upcoming IPOs that should be on your radar.

With that, let’s start with restock, reinventory and reshore. These are the three R’s of America 2.0 and the Fourth Industrial Revolution recovery. Two of these R’s — restocking and reinventorying — are now firing on all cylinders.

One word confirms this surge: “shipageddon.” As reported by American Shipper, container ships are selling out, risking a holiday shipageddon. Demand for shipping goods is at a frenzy. Right now, according to the CEO of Ocean Network Express, the world’s sixth-largest container line,

“Ships are 100% full. The containers are 100% full. You can’t get a container built. You can’t pick up a ship from the spot market. The whole container-shipping cycle is at absolutely full pelt. October’s ocean container market is unbelievable. We are sold out.”

What does this mean for you? U.S. consumers are still spending. They are actually spending more. September’s U.S. commerce data showed that consumer spending rose 1.9%, doubled forecasts and shows no sign of slowing down. In all, September’s U.S. retail sales gained at the fastest pace in three months.

Per Bloomberg, Customer Growth Partners is forecasting that 2020 holiday spending will rise 5.8% to a record $749 billion because “Americans, on average, have their healthiest household balance sheets in decades.”

American Shipper goes on to note that “consumer demand as reflected in the container-shipping trade is in a full-blown rebound. If the new shipageddon and retail sales forecast doesn’t play into the first two R’s of Paul’s three R’s forecast, we don’t know what does.

The third R, reshoring, is red hot too. By reshoring we are referring to capital spending or cold, hard cash pouring into technology that helps make high-tech products right here in the U.S. This refers to groundbreaking technology like 3D printing, artificial intelligence (AI) or electric vehicles (EV).

It was reported last week by Green Car Reports that U.S. EV commercial vehicle manufacturing is heating up. South Carolina is set to become a hub for a new EV micro-factory. EV startup Arrival is contracted to build 10,000 UPS electric delivery vans. It will build a $46 million factory in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

The factory will create 240 local jobs and will likely be just the beginning of the building of smaller micro-factories around the U.S., boosting local economies.

To play Paul’s three R’s boom, here are five trades you can buy today. We call them the STIXX trades. It’s an acronym for five ETFs (exchange traded funds). They are:

  • SMH — VanEck Vectors Semiconductor
  • TAN — Invesco Solar ETF
  • ITB — iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF
  • XBI — SPDR S&P Biotech ETF
  • XLI — Industrial Select Sector SPDR Fund

Since Paul’s recommendation on March 2, 2020, the STIXX trades are up an average of 37%. And, if you are looking to make faster than normal returns in a matter of days and weeks using options trading, look no further than Paul’s Rapid Profit Trader service.

This is a service he trades with Ian Dyer. Checking out the closed options trades just this morning for Rapid Profit Trader, subscribers have banked 10 options gains in a row in just the past two months in three-R’s-focused companies.

Top IPO’s to Watch

Over the previous month or weeks, what were the biggest, most notable IPOs on the Bold Profits’ radar that they should be aware of?

Last month, Unity Software Inc. (NSYE: U) had their IPO. What Unity does is help gamers and programmers create their own games on consoles, their personal computers or mobile device. They have also expanded beyond games into architecture and more.

There was also Corsair Gaming Inc. (Nasdaq: CRSR). It doesn’t do the software aspect of the gaming, but more of the hardware. Gamers love to use the best computers, the fastest computers, the best microphones, keyboard, etc. That’s really big. As you know, in America 2.0 gaming and esports is really huge, including virtual reality.

The third one is Snowflake Inc. (NYSE: SNOW). They have their own platform and cloud computing platform which helps companies create efficiently and analyzes data efficiently to help consumers.

Those are the big America 2.0 companies that we were looking at and studying. They have been doing really well.

How did they perform post-IPO?

  • Unity Software shot up 87% above its IPO price — an incredible return.
  • Corsair is now up 45%.
  • Snowflake is up a whopping 111%.

That just shows everyone what an opportunity these IPOs really are for investing. That being said, we promised our readers, looking in our crystal ball, what IPO we are watching for the coming month.

The big one that has been talked about (and there has been a lot of rumors about) is Airbnb. They are expected to go IPO in December. As everyone knows, Airbnb is really innovating in the hotel industry and the tourism industry. Even though it’s been hit hard this year, it’s really going to come back in a big way in 2021.

It will be a big contender in the coming month or so.

One of our megatrends here at Bold Profits is millennials. So to hear about an IPO for Airbnb, it’s something that should truly be on all our radars, especially going into 2021 and 2022.

No Major Economic Releases Coming

Finally, turning toward the U.S. economic calendar week ahead, there will be 10 major economic releases. On Tuesday, September preliminary durable goods orders will post at 8:30 a.m and October’s consumer confidence number will post at 10 a.m.

On Wednesday, weekly mortgage applications and September’s preliminary wholesale inventories month-over-month for September will post at 7 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. respectively. On Thursday, weekly jobless claims and GDP annualized quarter-over-quarter third quarter advance both post at 8:30 a.m.

On Friday, personal income, personal spending, MNI Chicago PMI will post at 8:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. respectively. Followed by the October final print for the University of Michigan sentiment index posting at 10 a.m. Of these releases we will be watching durable goods orders as well as consumer confidence and the Univ. of Michigan sentiment number.

Until next time, take care.

 

Regards,

Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly

Editor, Profits Unlimited

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