Beat the S&P 500 with These Specific Stocks

Today I’m going to briefly discuss a major error that most stock market participants make on a regular basis and ways in which you can substantially increase your stock returns.

In my more than 30 years of investing speculating and trading in the financial markets I have found that most stock market participants tend to invest most if not all of their assets into stocks of large well-known companies such as General Motors, Microsoft and McDonald’s.

Now, although you can make some decent returns on those types of large company stocks during bull markets, those types of stocks tend to perform mostly in line with the major stock market indices.

Therefore you could make just as high of returns while taking substantially less risk by investing in an S&P 500 ETF.

So, instead of recommending those types of stocks I usually recommend to our subscribers at the Bulletproof Wealth Report stocks of relatively small and relatively unknown companies that are growing the revenues and earnings at a fast rate.

And that’s because many of those types of stocks tend to double in price in a period of 12 months or less.

As examples, three stocks that are recommended to our Bulletproof subscribers during the past two years — Roku, the Cronus Group, and The Trade Desk — all generated returns in excess of 90 percent in less than 12 months.

Specifically, Roku generated a 97.4 percent return in only 10 months. The Cronus Group generated a 95.1 percent return in four months, and The Trade Group generated a 90.7 return in only two months.

Those returns by the way are not hypothetical returns. What I mean by that those returns are based on the times and prices at which I advised our subscribers to buy those stocks and to sell those stocks. Therefore, subscribers who acted on my advice actually made those returns in those stocks in a period of less than 12 months.

Dominant players

Now, the underlying companies of each of those stocks, as well as most of the stocks that I recommend, share and still do share the following characteristics:

  • They offer new products and or services in which a lot of people have expressed an interest.
  • They have very limited competition and or their dominant players in their fields of business. 
  • They’re very strong financially, as I stated just a moment ago they’re growing the revenues and earnings at rapid rates.
  • And they are relatively unknown companies whose stocks had been publicly traded for less than three years.

If you’d like to learn more about those types of stocks I encourage you to click on the link directly below this video to subscribe on a free trial basis to our Bulletproof Wealth Report.

By the way, I expect five of the 12 stocks that are currently included in our model portfolio to double in price within the next 18 months and very potentially within the next 12 months.

One of those stocks is already up 70 percent since the time that I recommended it for purchase during December of 2019.

I thank you for watching and listening to this video. I hope you learned something. I encourage you very strongly to give us a try. You have nothing to lose. You can subscribe for free for the first month, and you know the stocks I recommend are not risky stocks. 

These are, as I said, stocks of very strong companies. Thanks again and I’ll speak with you again soon.

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