The S&P 500 finished the first week of December at a new high just below 3,700 – signaling the profitable end we expected to this year’s holiday pattern.
Not every stock, however, is telling the same story.
Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) shed 2% between Wednesday and Friday last week…
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) lost a couple of points during the latter half of the week, trading sideways the majority of Friday…
And Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) didn’t impress either, continuing to trade about 10% below its all-time high set in September.
It seems that FAANG isn’t participating in the end-of-year rally. And there’s one FAANG stock in particular that you don’t want in your portfolio as we head into the end of the year.
In the video below, I’ll show you how to safely sell the news – and get rid of these dangerous FAANG names…
While profits rotate away from big tech, it may be time to get out – but that doesn’t mean there aren’t stocks ripe for the picking as we get ready to kick off 2021.
And my colleague, Chris Johnson, has a time-tested way of finding those stocks.
It’s called the Strikepoint Formula.
Chris has been testing this formula for the past 31 months. During that back-testing period, 88% of his trade recommendations went up in price – and the peak highs averaged 124% gains in just over five weeks.
This formula is simple – in fact, stocks only have to meet three criteria to become a Strikepoint trade recommendation.
Chris’ experiment is over. He’s done testing… and he’s ready to share his strategy with you. In fact, he has two trade setups available right now.
Click here to learn how you can start making money with the Strikepoint Formula today.
To your success,