This Sector May Go “Extinct”- But These Three Stocks Won’t…

Despite the stock market’s all-time highs, there’s one sector that’s been hitting some serious lows recently. In fact, the sector’s top exchange traded fund (ETF) is already down 3.1% year-to-date compared to this time last year and has fallen 12% from its 52-week high.

The outlook is even grimmer, with some pundits predicting the “extinction” of this particular sector in the future. Even JPMorgan Chase & Co., the largest bank in the U.S., is recommending its clients take a bearish approach to trading the sector.  

But these three stocks have not only emerged as survivors of 2017’s worst-performing sector…

They’re virtually “extinction-proof.”


Why “Buy-and-Hold” Is the Worst Path to Retirement

No matter if you have a mutual fund account, an IRA, or an employer-sponsored retirement account, you’ve probably been told at some point in time: put your money in for the long term in order to build your wealth.

This mirrors the idea that contributing a specific percentage or dollar amount of your paycheck during your working years will set you up for a nice retirement – and it’s the single most common piece of investment advice out there.

But here’s my concern…

The amount of money and time you need to build your wealth depends on your own lifestyle and desires. There’s no “magic number” for you to reach. Your wealth is what you want it to be.

Now I’m not disputing that you can make money over the long haul…

I’m saying there’s a much faster – and much easier – way to finally get that vacation house you’ve always dreamed of.

And here’s how…