Be the “First in Line” to Profit on These Rebounding Travel Stocks

Disney stock just hit an all-time high of $193.85 following the company’s earnings beat of $16.25 billion on February 11.

This earnings report blew investors’ expectation out of the water.

This household name – known for its bigger-than-life theme parks, cruise lines, and movie studios – took a hit in revenue during the pandemic. But these numbers show that Disney is coming back stronger than ever.

Which is why we’re taking a look at other top stocks that took it across the chin last year that are bound for a breakout – and how we plan to get in ahead of the curve.

This longer-term strategy will have us profiting in on only a matter of months, and you can get all of the details right here

The Oil Market is Recovering – Here’s How We Plan to Profit

We are in the middle of Presidents’ Day Weekend, and it is time for this week’s Profit Strategies Podcast.

Today, I am joined by my friend and colleague, Chris Johnson, and we are diving into the four corners of the market, focusing on one corner in particular – oil.

Oil took a massive hit at the beginning of the pandemic. Between January and March alone, crude oil prices fell over 65%.

Now, it’s rebounded to a point that I didn’t think we’d reach until sometime this summer!

In today’s podcast, we’re going to go over the best stocks and ETFs to play the booming bullish trend.

And we are going to clear up which stocks are considered “cheap vs. inexpensive” when it comes to oil and energy.

Let’s get to it

Profit on the Bitcoin Wave without Buying Any Crypto

The founder of major crypto investment firm Galaxy Digital, Michael Novogratz, just called for Bitcoin to hit $100,000 by the end of the year.

Now, this blows my $50,000 price prediction out of the water, but since the top coin by market cap is already preparing to surpass this mark – which could happen in a matter of days – I am thinking I need to hop on the $100K train.

You see, on Monday an SEC filing was made public that showed that Tesla invested $1.5 billion in Bitcoin.

Bitcoin proceeded to skyrocket from $38,631 to an all-time high of $47,697 over a two-day period – a whopping 23% surge in price on Elon Musk’s vote of confidence.

Bitcoin has had a stellar year, to say the least. This time last year, the coin was trading around $9,800.

That means that this coin shot up $37,897 in one year.

And I am here to tell you that it’s not too late to profit on this top coin.

In fact, I have a way to make money on Bitcoin without even needing to purchase the coin at all.

I have a low-risk strategy that you can use to capitalize on Bitcoin with a higher return on investment than just buying the coin outright.

Get all of the details right here…

The Real Winners and Losers of GameStop’s Short-Lived Rally

Friday morning, GameStop (NYSE: GME) shares fell 40% — and the stock opened with a low of $51.09.

This skyrocketing stock that had social media buzzing is down 90% since the end of January.

In today’s The Profit Strategies Podcast, Chris Johnson and I are diving into the details regarding the end of GME‘s rally.

We will cover who the real winners and losers are of this unprecedented market event, and where this leaves all of these novice traders now that the dust has settled.

It’s a podcast you won’t want to miss.

Let’s get to the details

Profit on Earnings in 10 Days Using This Low-Risk Play

We’re in the midst of earnings season and it’s being reported that 78% of companies in the S&P 500 have exceeded their sales estimates.

This news of “earnings beats” is adding to the already volatile market.

Earnings are one of the biggest market catalysts that we use to make money because it hits like clockwork.

Even with the uncertain market swings, I have a low risk play that will have you making money in less than 10 days.

This strategy that will allow you to add profits to your portfolio during earnings season no matter what direction the stock moves.

Get all of the details on this moneymaking play here…

This Stock is the Short-Sellers’ Next Target – Get in Before the Trading Frenzy

It’s been a week since GameStop’s 400% jump, and we are starting to see the trading frenzy on this particular stock change course.

As talk on the retail gaming company’s meteoric rise simmers down, we are setting our sights on what could be the next “short-squeeze” stock of the week – AMC Entertainment.

AMC is the company that owns the largest movie theater chain in the world, and one of the companies that took a major hit during the pandemic stay-at-home orders.

How to Profit on the Market’s Top “Short-Squeeze” Stocks

This week’s historical moves in the market are like nothing I’ve ever seen.

GameStop and other “failing” stocks are hitting new highs – and hedge funds and professional investors are taking it on the chin.

This is all thanks so a push from social media giant Reddit, where novice investors are throwing money at stocks that have been on the decline… and they are making unbelievable profits.

In today’s The Profit Strategies Podcast, Chris Johnson and I are diving into these wild market moves – and the moneymaking strategy that nobody’s talking about.

We will cover low-risk ways to play this movement without even touching the radioactive GameStop stock.

Along with this, we are going to uncover the top “short-squeeze” stocks that could have you profiting on “next week’s GameStop.”

Let’s get to the details…

Two Low-Risk Strategies to Play the Market’s “Failed Shorts”

If you keep up with financial news – or just news in general – I’m positive that you’ve heard the name GameStop in the past week.

That’s largely due to the company’s stock hitting a high of $404.43 – up from the 52-week low of $2.57.

Now, if you’re not familiar, GameStop can be equated to a Radio Shack or Blockbuster – it was a place that I’d take my son back in the day where he could pick out video games or where we could sell them back once he beat them.

Today, people can buy all of their games online and download them directly onto their console – rendering GameStop essentially obsolete.

And that’s exactly why these moves are shocking to investors.

Three Ways to Play GameStop’s Unprecedented Jump

If there is one thing that we have learned from this pandemic, it’s that the days of browsing store shelves in person are long gone.

When we have items delivered right to our door, movies streamed right to our TVs, and meals sent with portions measured out, ready to assemble, it’s an inconvenience to make a trip to an actual store.

That’s why the jump in GameStop (GME) that is making headlines across the globe is coming as a major surprise to traditional investors.

GME‘s stock has been in a major decline since 2015 – and in less than five days, the stock has rallied nearly 180% — jumping from $40 during the trading day on Monday up to over $120.

Today, the stock is trading around $147 – well above the 52-week low of $2.57.

The company faced major backlash from stockholders this year when they didn’t do anything to adapt to this new world of “shopping from home” – which is why this spike is coming as a major surprise.

Nobody is going into the stores to buy games when people can download the games straight to their consoles, so where is this interest coming from?

And if you’re anything like me, your next question is: How can I profit?

In the video below, not only will I give some insight to who is responsible for this stock surge, but I am going to give you the top three plays to make money on GME.

Let’s get to it…

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