Times are weird.
That might be the understatement of the decade, but it’s true.
I don’t remember what it’s like to eat at a restaurant. I’ve adjusted to slippers being part of my work attire. Every time I watch T.V. and I see characters open a door without a squirt of Purell afterwards, I cringe just a little.
These are unprecedented times for everybody, including us traders.
Back when COVID-19 caused the market to tank 35% back in March of this year, big companies faltered, and nobody knew what was going to happen.
After the dust settled, a new sector of “stay-at-home” stocks rose like a phoenix from the ashes. In fact, on Monday, the Dow index had its best day in over a month, soaring over 900 points before market close.
But it has everybody asking one question: Is it a good time to buy stocks?
And I have the answer for you.
(If you want to avoid stocks altogether, then check this out. These readers didn’t touch a single stock – and they had the opportunity to double their money in two weeks.)