The Five Best “Reopening Stocks” are Currently at Discount Lows

The sun is out. The weather is warmer. And the economy is opening back up.

This summer is on track to be one of historic profits.

For starters, I’m confident that most companies on the stock market will quickly bounce back to their pre-pandemic levels.

After all, COVID-19 has “trimmed the fat,” and gotten rid of the faltering corporations that were bound to fail sooner or later.

Not to mention, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made very big changes to their mask and social distancing policies, taking another huge step towards a complete reopening.

Every single person in the world is itching to go out, have fun, and spend money.

Myself included!

I am eagerly looking forward to the day my friends and I can have a beer together and celebrate the end of COVID-19.

I’m sure you’re excited as well, in fact, I think it’s safe to say that every single person in the world can’t wait for it.

Naturally, all this newfound activity will stimulate the global economy, and right now we are in the perfect position to set ourselves up for big profits.

Five of the best “reopening stocks” on my radar are currently at discount low prices.

Macroeconomic forces have created the perfect environment for these stocks to pop, and we won’t have much time to buy them at these low prices.

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The Exact Price You Should Buy These Three Defensive Stocks

The market is being backed into a corner as speculators begin selling off their stocks.

But listen up – the volatility permeating the market this week isn’t anything new. In fact, in the past year, retail traders like you have actually created a permanent state of volatility that’s completely transformed the financial world.

For the first time ever, you’re controlling the market – and it’s time you took your share of the cash. Want to take financial power into your own hands? Well, you can. And it all starts right here.

Now, I joked that we wouldn’t see “sell in May” activity at least for a few weeks, but this morning’s consumer price index report showed that consumer prices have rocketed 4.2% – the fastest rate since 2008.

Naturally, this has caused another wave of sellers to enter the market.

It’s made worse because of the “buyer’s strike” that you and I have been discussing for the past month.

The market only rallies higher when buyers crowd out the sellers.

But for the past few weeks, we’ve seen buyers sitting on the sidelines. They won’t even buy the dips.

This spells trouble for the short-term trend.

I’ve noticed a severe lack of volume on major ETFs, and their largest component companies have begun dropping yet again. A very strong signal that the buyer’s strike is continuing through May.

Unfortunately, things are turning more dire, since the only volume we’re seeing is on select selling surges.

Adding to the pressure, we’re entering a more tepid part of the earnings season as the “headliner” companies are now finished dazzling Wall Street.

But this is turning the spotlight on what I expect will be the biggest opportunity of the earnings season.

For starters, this negative market movement has revealed a very “strong defense” we can make to protect and grow our portfolio at the same time.

But it gets better.

Small cap and retail companies will start to own the after-hours news cycle as the earnings focus shifts to this group, and this is presenting a few “trick plays” we can use to make more money.

These “trick plays” are the best way to profit throughout this ongoing buyer’s strike