It’s been an important week, not only for our country, but the stock market as well.
Big tech has particularly been in the spotlight.
With all of the uncertainty surrounding the election early in the week, I joined Neil Cavuto on Fox Business to discuss the reasons why tech stocks seemed to be rallying so well after last week’s rout.
As I see it, the unfolding results of the election is the main driver of the tech stock rally. I explained exactly why I believe that’s the case, and why it’s likely to continue for the tech sector.
We also took a quick look at an unusual occurrence. Even though the market was up strongly, the yield on the 10-year Treasury bonds were falling, indicating a flight to quality from lots of investors. We examined exactly why this phenomenon is occurring, as well as why placing your money in bonds isn’t your best bet right now.
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Then on Thursday, as the election picture was becoming much clearer, I was asked to appear on Varney & Co. to talk to Stuart about how those results are driving the market.
Right now, there’s two main things that traders and investors are focused on that point to better-than-expected election results for the market. I’ll tell you exactly what those are, and how they’re poised to give the market a boost.
Stuart also asked me – as he noted my correct predictions on so many big tech stocks over the last six years on his show – which of the big five tech stocks I’d be a buyer of right now.
To get my latest free stock recommendations, click here to watch.
And for even more expert analysis on the best stocks to trade and which you should avoid, you can join Shah Gilani every week as he hosts a new Buy This, Not That
presentation. Shah will give you the honest truth about the best and worst stocks in the market right now, as well as the optimal price targets to give you the best chance of securing big profits.
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Great trading and God bless you,
D.R. Barton, Jr.