I learned an unforgettable lesson long before I became an investor. It was way back in the dark ages: the 1980s. I was a young journalism student at the University of Florida (go Gators!), and a professor had us read an article from that day’s local newspaper.
We had a simple task to “advance the story.” In other words, what other information could we find out that could move the story forward or add a new angle, a new perspective?
The point was to help us connect the dots and envision where a story might go next… And that’s a valuable exercise when it comes to picking stocks.
Just like in my days as a student reporter, as investors, we don’t always know all the pieces of a company’s story. We only see it in fragments, like a puzzle. By the time we have a complete picture, the stock is already 100%, 200% or 300% higher. And we’ve missed the boat.
So it helps to be able to connect the dots and anticipate events that might spur a stock to move sharply higher. And that brings us to two printing company stocks I first mentioned on Nov. 3 to our WealthPress audience.
On election night, I said these two printing company stocks would both do great during another four years with Donald Trump as POTUS. But they’ll also be good to own with President-elect Joe Biden in charge as well. Since then, these two stocks are up 12% and 25%, but there’s plenty of room left to run.
Years ago, 3D printers were tiny machines that hobbyists and product designers used to quickly make plastic prototypes. But that was about it. The technology wasn’t ready for primetime.
But that has changed in the past few years.
Today’s 3D printers can “print” items out of titanium, nickel… any kind of metal powder, as well as durable plastics, carbon fiber, even ceramic. More importantly, the machines are fast — fast enough to be incorporated into industrial production and assembly lines.
So what does that have to do with the pandemic, Donald Trump or Joe Biden?
Check out my short video below on two printing company stocks I see flourishing in either administration, and let’s discuss further. Then share your thoughts in the comments below.
My friends and colleagues here at WealthPress, Roger Scott and Jeff Zananiri, want to share the No. 1, simplest and most consistent way to make money — month after month.
While most people struggle with timing market swings, you can place a simple trade on the third of each month and cash out on the 30th. And that’s every single month, thanks to a completely predictable market phenomenon that is as dependable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west.
For instance, you could have entered shares of Overstock with $3,000 on June 3 and exited on June 30 with $7,920. And you could have turned $5,000 in Vaxart into $16,700, and $4,000 in Workhorse Group into $76,400 during June.
In all, that’s $101,020 from a $12,000 starting investment — in just one month.
No stress, no worry.