Investors often assume that if the general market (SPY) is in bear market territory…that means every stock is falling. It is true that the vast majority go lower. But it is also true that “there is always a bull market somewhere”. Means that some stocks will go up even in the worst of times. This article shares insights on 3 factors that will help you find more of these breakout stocks in good times and bad. Read on below for details.
This week we were blessed with our largest audience ever for a live investment webinar where we unveiled a new way to pick winning stocks. Click below to see what the excitement is all about:
At first glance, I understand that this seems like an odd choice for a webinar amid a bear market with the S&P 500 (SPY) in the tank.
However, let’s not forget that not all stocks have fallen this year. Plus, there have been some pretty glorious bounces that have resulted in some timely wins.
How can you enjoy those winners even more in the coming weeks and months?
Watch the webinar to see how we combine 3 essential factors that firmly determine the odds in your favor.
We no longer have to argue about which is better: Fundamentals versus technology?
The answer is that both increase the chances of success. So it’s best to use both.
Easy to say…but how do you do that in practice? And how do you do that consistently?
This webinar replay has the answers… so start watching now!
I wish you a world of investment success!
…but everyone calls me Reity (pronounced “Right”)
CEO, StockNews.com & Editor, Reitmeister Total return
SPY shares traded at $365.03 per share on Thursday afternoon, down $3.47 (-0.94%). Year-to-date, the SPY is down -22.26%, versus a % increase in the benchmark S&P 500 index over the same period.
About the author: Steve Reitmeister
Steve is better known to the StockNews public as “Reity”. Not only is he the CEO of the company, but he also shares his 40 years of investment experience in the Reitmeister Total Return Portfolio. Learn more about Reity’s background, along with links to his most recent articles and stock selection.