Walmart and Amazon are Sinking, Buy These Retail Stocks Instead

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Earlier this week I presented the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) as one of my “best in breed” sectors for the next six months.

And today, we’re going to dive a little deeper. I’m going to tell you the top retail stocks to put your money in next week.

You see, powered by a bullish combination of re-opening and strong consumer activity, the retail sector is ripe with opportunities.

But we’ve got to remember that there are also some duds in this group.

Popular names like Walmart (WMT), Amazon (AMZN), Farfetch (FTCH), and even Etsy (ETSY) – which was one of my favorite retailers in 2020 – continue to see massive selling pressure.

Instead, my technical charts are showing me that seven other stocks stand to benefit the most from the current re-opening mania.

These seven stocks are the cream of the crop.

They are the absolute best retail stocks on the market right now.

Here are the seven best stocks of 2021

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Now, there’s one exchange-traded fund (ETF) that stands to outperform the market during all this bullish activity.

You see, investors are getting over the initial shock of rising interest rates. They’re starting to warm up to the fact that the reopening economy is ready to bloom.

As buyers enter the market en masse, I’m noticing that a lot of cash is migrating between sectors.

This is happening because traders are focusing on sectors that are starting to outperform the market, and this opens opportunities for traders like us to cash in.

When money moves, opportunity abounds.

I’ve been tracking cash migration, technical strength, short interest, and other variables with my proprietary system – meaning you can’t get these findings anywhere else.

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