Why You Must Prepare Now… Preview of Monday’s Article
It was a bit of a weird week in the market this week…
The economy went from showing increased hiring activity in March and a record number of job openings last week… To weekly job losses spiking again on Thursday.
And this is just the weirdness in terms of the overall economy…
The CDC said earlier this week that the now dominant “mutant” variant of Covid is a risk to people… Even if vaccinated.
To Covid cases and deaths skyrocketing worldwide leading to shut downs in France, Italy, and other parts of Europe.
None of this fazed the market in a negative way though…
It ended the week up 578 points and 1.7% as you can see in the Chart of the Week further below.
And this doesn’t consider inflation, interest rates, or any of the other risks that I’ve talked about in recent weeks.
The reason I’m writing about all this today is to warn you.
There are multiple risks out there that almost no one is talking about. And because I see these risks out there, I want to help you protect your retirement portfolio.
I typically do this in our morning articles, every day I show you stocks to avoid, stocks to buy, and update you on major things in the economy and the market to help you do this.
Next week, all our morning articles will be the same… But our evening articles will be different.
In those I usually do a daily recap of the days most important market news.
For the next two weeks I’m going to send you an article from the past the best ways we recommend for you to protect your portfolio from all the major risks out there.
And a potential market crash.
Because while I expect the market to continue rising for the time being… When the next crash comes, it will be extremely bad. And I want to help you in any way I can.
I’ll tell you more about this in Monday’s article. Until then, I hope you have a great weekend.
In the meantime you can check out some of the recent stocks I’ve recommended you avoid…
- Avoid Adobe For Now After its 226,515.2% Stock Rise
- Why To Keep Avoiding Lululemon
- Is Five Below A Buy After Its Fantastic Fourth Quarter?
- Is Dollar General Cheap Enough To Buy After Profits Jump?
- Should You Avoid Starbucks After Its 73.2% Rise In The Last Year?
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Always in your service,
Publisher Stock Market Daily
P.S. Check out our Chart of The Day below to see where the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) finished today.
Chart Of The Day
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