2020 is a year that the trading community will remember for a long time.
While extreme stock market volatility can be spooky, it also opens the door for long-term traders and investors to get in on great companies at a discount. However, not everyone has the stomach to and time to buy individual stocks.
That’s where hot ETFs come into play…
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) offer traders and investors a wide variety of opportunities. Due to their extensive holdings in stocks and other assets, ETFs diversify portfolios and are said to be less volatile than trading individual stocks.
With more than 2,000 to choose from, picking hot ETFs to add to your trading toolbox can be a daunting task. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered…
The market has shown a lot of increased volatility the past several months. That’s partly due to the unforeseeability of the upcoming U.S. presidential election and the coronavirus pandemic that has taken the world by storm.
The influx of capital flooding into the market coupled with no clear COVID-19 vaccine timeline is sure to keep short-term volatility elevated. Which in turn, could cause the overall market to remain fragmented.
That’s why I’m turning my focus to assets that tend to rise during different market cycles, or regardless if the market moves up, down or sideways.
And in times like these, I usually recommend defensive trading action such as ETFs.
ETFs are like mutual funds that expose one’s portfolio to several stocks at a time, and conversely take advantage of trading strategies that are not dependent on the market’s overall direction.
If you’re looking for new stocks to trade, look no further. In today’s video, I’m giving away two hot ETFs you can add to your trading toolbox right now.
Get your note-taking pen ready because the first one I’m mentioning is hot out of the oven and already gaining major popularity among investors and traders.
Check out today’s video and leave a comment below, sharing your thoughts on these two hot ETFs. Do you already have these two ETFs in your portfolio or watchlist? If not, do you plan to trade either one or both after hearing what I had to say?
P.S. The global pandemic has left a lot of things up to chance but not my explosive trading strategy…
There’s a specific stock that’s likely to make today’s traders 92.5% in just four weeks or less, and I want to give you its name.
I’ve already predicted a 66.1% return on one of my Flash Crash stocks… I have a feeling my next one is going to be even bigger!
I want you to use one of my best recession tricks today…