Buy This One Stock In 2021

This Sector Will Be a Big Money Magnet in 2021

50% of all tech buy signals last year – and 10% of all stock buy signals – were in software stocks. This trend should only continue as software powers the world. Tech savvy or not, we all rely on software to help us do our jobs and go about our lives.

50% of all tech buy signals last year – and 10% of all stock buy signals – were in software stocks. This trend should only continue as software powers the world. Tech savvy or not, we all rely on software to help us do our jobs and go about our lives.

Buy This One Stock in 2021

By Jason Bodner, editor, Palm Beach Trader

To most investors, it must be difficult to pin down which stocks will be the biggest winners in 2021.

There’s no denying that the U.S. is in one of its most volatile periods since the early 2000s. While a pandemic rages across the country and political tension reaches new heights… investors watch the stock market trade at record highs.

These truths seem totally at odds with each other. And it makes sound investment decisions difficult to reach.

But here in Palm Beach Trader , we don’t rely on world events to guide our investments. We rely on the turning gears of the great financial machine… big money.

These heavyweight institutions and hedge funds have a firm grip on the market’s direction. And as we’ve shown in these pages, following it proves more profitable than any other strategy I’ve seen.

So in today’s issue, I’ll show you where the big money has its sights set for the coming year, and the best way to position yourself to profit…


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Where the Gears of Wall Street Turn

To answer this question, let’s first break down how our big-money system works…

First, it scans over 5,500 stocks every day. It analyzes each one for fundamentals like great sales, earnings, and profits. It also looks at technical factors – how each stock is trading.

It ranks each one… and then overlays a special algorithm looking for when big money is moving in or out of the stock in an unusual way.

All of these signals combine to form the Big Money Index (BMI) – a 25 day moving average of big-money buy and sell signals that show us where things are likely headed.

As we showed throughout last year, the big money was far more interested in buying than selling in 2020.

But where was that buying focused? When we break it down, we can clearly see where big money was focused: technology stocks.

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I believe 2021 will see more monster buying in tech. But the trick is, of course, to know which tech stocks to lean into, and which to avoid. And right now, the old standbys of the tech world are facing major headwinds…

Big Tech’s Big Problems

Big tech is in a shaky spot right now. With the recent siege on Capitol Hill, the president is in the crosshairs of big tech. Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon have all effectively gagged President Trump – in their words, as an attempt to prevent any further unrest.

Whether or not you support these platforms banning the president, the fact is these bans are troubling. Yes, these are private companies that can do whatever they want. There is no technical violation of the First Amendment here.

But it is un-American to prevent speech that’s at odds with an individual opinion. We live in a land of free speech. Granted, there are dangers possible when speech can elevate violence, but widespread gagging is not ideal – nor is it the American way.

And it’s clear to see how plenty of people feel strongly enough about this to stop using these big tech services, and search for alternatives. This is just one reason why I see near-term headwinds for big tech.

Plus, there’s the problem of what I call the “ceiling effect.”

Think about this… We just saw the first company hit a $1 trillion market cap only a couple years ago. There won’t be many more companies to grow to that level anytime soon.

Compare this to the abundance of companies worth less than $10 billion that could easily grow to $100 billion or more…

So, big tech may face near-term headwinds due to the political climate, and longer-term ceiling restrictions. But there are pockets of tech where I see great opportunity…


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In my research, I uncovered something startling about the tech sector…

50% of all tech buy signals last year – and 10% of all stock buy signals – were in software stocks. This trend should only continue as software powers the world. Tech savvy or not, we all rely on software to help us do our jobs and go about our lives.

Investors seeking broad exposure to the software sector might consider an ETF like the iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF (IGV).

I’m also seeing huge big-money moves coming into the digital payments space. With industry stalwarts embracing cryptocurrency, and pioneering secure digital payments for our online world, cash is increasingly becoming a thing of the past… and right now, there’s just no reason to believe cash suddenly resurges in popularity again. Investors seeking broad exposure to digital payments might consider an ETF like the ETFMG Prime Mobile Payments ETF (IPAY).

And finally, consider semiconductors. Semiconductors are the hardware that powers all the above innovations. The chipmakers and component manufacturers are continually striving to keep up with demand. With ever more mobile devices proliferating the market, demand continues to soar for faster and better chips. Investors seeking broad exposure to semiconductors might consider an ETF like the iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF (SOXX).

Tech collected much of the big money last year and is poised to do so again in 2021. But be careful where you place your bets…

I like to bet alongside big money, and last year they loved software. Digital payments was an active space too. And the tech that powers it all is faster and better chips: semiconductors.

At the same time, the old big tech standbys may have stormy weather in their forecast for the near future.

As always, I’ll let big money be my guide. It’ll be interesting to see how 2021 unfolds, but looking through the big money lens, I have my eye on software, semis, and payments above all.

Stocks Can Move Much Higher From Here

The reality is that stocks move higher over the long term. It’s what they do. And they can move much higher from here, starting now.

The reality is that stocks move higher over the long term. It’s what they do. And they can move much higher from here, starting now.

By Vic Lederman, analyst, True Wealth

Stocks hit new highs… and the pessimism begins.

It’s the “Groundhog Day cycle” I explained in yesterday’s essay. It’s incredibly predictable. And while it makes sense at a glance, a second look is all it takes to see how foolish it is.

The reality is that stocks move higher over the long term. It’s what they do.

And they can move much higher from here, starting now.

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I get it. Many folks are focused on the supposedly overvalued market right now.

And it’s true that the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of the benchmark S&P 500 Index is roughly 30 right now. That’s nearly double its long-term average. And it has been heading up since the housing bust. Take a look…

That chart might look pretty scary to you. But valuations aren’t quite as sky high as they look at first glance…

Remember, we just went through a market-shattering crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic. And I’m sure many of you have heard the adage, “the market is forward-looking.”

In other words, prices have rushed ahead of the recovery in earnings. And the obvious result of that is high P/E multiples.

That’s OK. In fact, this kind of behavior is normal. And like it or not, stock prices can go up from here.

At today’s level, it looks like we’re coming up on a dot-com-bubble-style peak. But really, you have to account for some earnings growth pushing those lofty P/E ratios back down.

This is exactly the type of action we saw after the housing bust. Earnings fell to near zero. And as a result, many stocks’ P/E ratios exploded into the hundreds. That’s just the way the fraction works.

But pretty quickly, earnings recovered and pushed P/E ratios back down to more reasonable levels. We have a similar setup today.


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So let’s assume that we get back to pre-COVID-19 earnings levels sometime in the next year. Based on this measure, that means the market would have to roughly double in price before passing its dot-com peak.

Maybe you’re not that optimistic. Still, most folks expect to see earnings growth going forward. That’s just the most reasonable outcome after earnings get clobbered like they’ve been.

The point is this…

Sure, things look expensive right now. But despite the new highs, we’re actually still in a recovery. And forward-looking optimism makes the market appear loftier than it actually is.

More important, the Federal Reserve doesn’t care about your feelings on valuations. And the Fed is pushing for a Melt Up…

Back in August, the Fed redefined its inflation target. You see, the Fed has been targeting 2% inflation for years. But that also means it has been treating 2% as a ceiling.

Now, the Fed has decided to use a historical average to measure inflation. That means it’s willing to let inflation overshoot the old target to balance out the historical average. This may sound dull and wonky to you. But it just means the Fed is going to let the economy run hot… hotter than it has in years.

The Fed is also keeping interest rates pinned at historic lows. And it will very likely continue to keep them there for the next few years.

These factors will combine to push the market to higher highs… valuations be damned.

You might not agree with everything that’s happening. And today’s current high valuations might scare you. But given what’s happening, stock prices can rise dramatically from here. That means you want to own stocks now.

This Is the Retirement Answer You’ve Been Looking For

This is the retirement answer you’ve been looking for. It combines the high upside potential of specialized stocks with the ease of mainstream indexes.

This is the retirement answer you’ve been looking for. It combines the high upside potential of specialized stocks with the ease of mainstream indexes.

By David Forest, editor, Strategic Investor

At the end of every month, I sit down and figure out what I spent. I tally up food, gas, entertainment, and other costs of daily living.

I don’t have to do it. I’m not on a budget. But I find it interesting to see how much people spend to live.

This is the crux of planning for retirement. To figure out how much to save, you need an idea how much you’re going to spend.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average household aged 65 or older spends $50,220 per year.

At age 75, living costs are about $43,623 yearly.

That’s the average. You might need more, or you might need less, depending on your plans. But that’s a ballpark target on what’s needed to be comfortable when you stop working.

So what does it take to pay for a year’s worth of retirement?

Let’s say you invest a retirement savings of $172,000. You’d need to make a 29% return in order to make $50,220. And you’d need a return of just over 25% to make $43,623.

Those returns are possible investing in the S&P 500. In 2019, the S&P returned 28.9%. In 2013, it did 29.6%.

But here’s the problem: that’s cutting it a little close. Plus, the S&P isn’t a reliable year-in, year-out gainer.

For example, if you’d invested $172,000 in 2016, you would have made just $16,409, a 9.5% return.

That’d cover less than half the yearly spending for an average person in retirement. And 2020 was a mediocre year, too.


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The S&P delivered about 15% in 2020. That’s solid – but not nearly enough for a year’s worth of living.

What really worries me, though, is the down years.

In 2008, for example, the S&P lost 38.5%.

And between 2000 and 2002, the S&P had a run of three straight down years.

An average investor in 2000 to 2002 would have lost the equivalent of 1.5 years of retirement living expenses. That’s a devastating result.

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I think the risk of losses on major stocks is one of biggest obstacles to people saving for retirement. I’ve spent years trying to figure out a safer way… without compromising upside.

Fortunately, I got that chance when I met John Pangere, my friend and co-editor at Strategic Trader.

John showed me his research on a type of investment called “warrants.”

Most investors have never heard of them. But they’re commonly known in the financial community. And in fact, their potential is so explosive, they’re used by some of the world’s most prominent investors… including Warren Buffett.

Regular readers know I’m a geologist by trade. And commodities are my bread and butter. I’ve used warrants many times as part of investments I made in mining companies.

In fact, I’ve even issued warrants to billionaire investors in companies I created in the past.

But John showed me ways to use warrants to invest in some of the biggest, most mainstream sectors of the stock market.

And it can have a massive effect on your retirement savings.

4,942% in Less Than a Year

The table below shows how an average $172,000 nest egg could have performed in the S&P during the best and worst years since 1970.

S&P 500
Amount Invested $172,000
Maximum gain in a 1-year period $58,669
Maximum loss in a 1-year period -$66,220

Now, let’s compare this to the performance of a real-life warrant for a company called Purple Innovation (PRPL). It’s a very basic business. It sells mattresses.

S&P 500 Purple Innovation Warrants
Amount Invested $172,000 $1,000
Maximum gain in a 1-year period $58,669 $49,421
Maximum loss in a 1-year period -$66,220 -$253

We recommended this warrant to our Strategic Trader subscribers in early 2019. And our readers cashed out in October 2020 for a 4,942% gain.

The really amazing thing is, those gains happened in under a year. And you don’t need a lot of money to have a big impact.

Readers could have gotten in on the Purple Innovation warrants for as little as 19 cents. A simple $1,000 investment would have turned into $50,421 in less than a year.

That’s enough to cover a year of living expenses in retirement.

That shows how important warrants can be for the average investor looking to grow their savings for retirement… without risking it all.

But here’s the best part.

Suppose the past year was a wipeout for the stock market. Even if stocks took a 38.5% shellacking like in the 2008 crash, you’d have lost just a measly $385 on your $1,000 investment in Purple Innovation warrants.

You might have to cut back on Starbucks lattes for a month or two. But it wouldn’t affect your ability to cover rent, food, or other necessities.


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When people hear this, they sometimes think I’m cherry-picking an exceptional case. After all, there are even some rare stocks that return thousands of percent.

But with warrants, these outsized gains are much more common than with regular stocks.

Another of our Strategic Trader recommendations, Blink Charging warrants, gained 2,805% in five months. That’s enough to turn a $1,000 investment into $29,050.

Four other warrants in our current portfolio are up between 120% and 580% as I write. Solid gains. And I believe they could see explosive growth like Purple Innovation and Blink Charging as the momentum picks up.

The only other way to get gains this size is using complicated financial instruments like call options or cryptos.

But, it’s dangerous to push beyond your comfort zone in investing. Options are great for sophisticated investors who can dedicate a lot of time to studying the markets. But for regular folks saving for retirement, they’re extremely risky.

Warrants, on the other hand, trade just like regular stocks. You don’t need a special account, or insider knowledge, to buy most warrants. You just plug in a ticker symbol like you would with any stock. You can even buy warrants through an online discount brokerage.

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How to Put Warrants to Work in Your Portfolio

You can make life-changing profits, on easy-to-understand businesses, without risking large sums of money.

That’s why John and I have been bringing warrants to subscribers of our premium Strategic Trader service since 2019.

But this strategy is so lucrative… I didn’t want any of our readers to miss out on the explosive potential…

That’s why I decided to bring warrants to my Strategic Investor advisory.

I put together the first-of-its-kind, Five-Video Warrants Master Course to help you get into these life-changing picks with ease. It’ll go over everything you need to know before trading warrants… and reveal my top pick to get you started.

If you’re interested in accessing it… and learning more about the explosive potential of warrants, go right here.

And I hope you’ll join me in the Dispatch over the coming weeks to learn more about warrants… and how they can deliver outsized returns that could pay for years – even decades – of your retirement spending… in any of your favorite sectors of the market.

Falling Into The Pessimistic Trap is Bad For Your Investments

The market makes new highs and the hand-wringers come out. They’re all sure the next crash is just around the corner…

The market makes new highs and the hand-wringers come out. They’re all sure the next crash is just around the corner…

By Vic Lederman, analyst, True Wealth

My mentor and colleague Steve Sjuggerud and I talked about finance extensively before I joined his research team.

But boy, oh boy… he never told me that it would soon come to feel like the movie Groundhog Day.

You know the Bill Murray flick, right? It’s the one where he wakes up and lives the same day over and over. The film is nearly three decades old, yet it’s still painfully relevant for me all these years later…

You see, I’m stuck in some strange version of it. But for me, the day starts over every time the market makes new highs.

Every. Single. Time.

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The market makes new highs and the hand-wringers come out. They’re all sure the next crash is just around the corner…

Everything is overvalued.”

We’re due for a correction.”

The end is near.”

It’s time to be cautious.”

That call for caution is particularly insidious when it goes too far… The hand-wringers are basically saying, “Ignore the rising market. You need to hunker down.”

The first few times, I thought it was kind of funny. And I’ll admit… I do pause at lofty valuations. The people pointing to them aren’t being totally unreasonable, after all. Their arguments can be well-thought-out.

That’s what makes this such a challenging battle. These folks are using their critical thinking skills to pick apart the market. And that’s something we should all be doing.

But your critical analysis can’t ignore this simple fact: There’s a lot of precedent for stocks going up…

Really. It’s that simple.

Stocks go up. That’s what they’re supposed to do.

That doesn’t mean that stocks only go up. But look over any period of time, and you’ll realize that the upward bias is real.


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Here’s how I think about it…

The market, as a whole, is measuring the business growth of humanity. And the U.S. markets are still the gravitational center of that universe.

That might sound grandiose. But really, that is what’s going on.

Stocks go up because millions of people are out in the world trying to do the best they can. And the collective outcome of their efforts is growth.

That story is as old as time… It’s why we, as a species, have moved from caves to huts to skyscrapers.

Today, we see it play out in U.S. companies and the foreign companies listed on U.S. exchanges. Everyone is focused on growing humanity into the next generation… even if they don’t realize it.

You can’t lose sight of this macroeconomic story. It’s the driving force behind the continued growth of markets. That was true last year… and it will be true this year, too.

Now, I’m not saying that the markets are the only way to measure that development. And I’m not saying that they’re necessarily the best way, either.

But the markets do a pretty darn good job of answering two simple questions…

Are people still collectively struggling to improve? And is that struggle producing measurable results?

The answer to both questions is nearly always “yes.” It takes incredible hurdles to derail that basic attribute of humanity.

So if the market is making new highs, as it has been a lot lately, and you see that as a negative… what exactly are you betting on? Do you believe that humanity is tapped out?

Geez… I sure hope not. I prefer to live in a world where people continue growing and improving. And that’s the world I believe we’re living in right now.

It doesn’t mean stocks can’t fall. But it does mean falling into the pessimistic, Groundhog Day trap is bad for your investments.

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Asset allocation accounts for 90%-plus of investment returns. It is the most important concept in investing…In short, asset allocation seeks to balance risk vs. reward through portfolio diversification.

Asset allocation accounts for 90%-plus of investment returns. It is the most important concept in investing…In short, asset allocation seeks to balance risk vs. reward through portfolio diversification.

By Grant Wasylik, analyst, Palm Beach Daily

Asset allocation is the most important concept in investing…

Numerous studies confirm it. They show asset allocation accounts for 90%-plus of investment returns.

In short, asset allocation seeks to balance risk vs. reward through portfolio diversification.

It’s done by adjusting the percentage of different asset classes (stocks, bonds, cash, etc.). Adjustments are made based on an individual’s risk tolerance, goals, and investment time horizon.

The classic “60/40 model” is a real-life example. “60/40” refers to 60% in equities and 40% in bonds. This ratio is widely used by financial advisers and institutions.

However, at Palm Beach Research Group, we use a more diversified portfolio.

It consists of eight asset classes: Equities, Fixed Income, Real Estate, Private Markets, Cryptos, Precious Metals, Collectibles, and Cash.

This broad diversification is one reason our flagship Palm Beach Letter portfolio has crushed the market for nearly a decade.


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Since editor Teeka Tiwari took over in June 2016, the portfolio has posted an average annual return of 203.5%. Over the same time, the S&P 500 has an average annual return of 17.1%.

That’s correct… over the past four and half years, the PBL portfolio has beaten the stock market by an average of almost 12x per year!

You see, asset allocation is our secret sauce…

By diversifying your assets, you can generate multiple income streams from safe assets like bonds and dividend-paying stocks… and then take a portion of that safe income to speculate on “asymmetric” plays like cryptos and private equities.

These asymmetric plays allow you to swing for the fences without risking your current lifestyle.

Now, asset allocation is a strategy all serious investors must use. But there is complementary strategy many investors aren’t aware of.

And it could help you lower your taxes on all the gains you make from your asset diversification.

Think About “Where” You Invest

The strategy is called asset location. It’s the practice of locating assets in the most tax-efficient account types.

This often-overlooked strategy centers on tax minimization. With asset location, an investor can take advantage of the tax code.

You see, different types of investments and accounts receive different tax treatments.

Generally, it makes sense to place less tax-efficient assets (such as bonds) in retirement accounts. And it makes sense to place more tax-efficient assets (such as stock) in taxable accounts.

If you take special care of asset placement between your taxable and retirement accounts, it can be financially rewarding.


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Here’s a simplified example of how this strategy works from financial planning educator Michael Kitces.

Let’s say an investor has $500,000 in a taxable account and $500,000 in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), which allows you to defer taxes until you retire.

The investor plans to hold stocks in one account and bonds in the other… a 50/50 asset allocation model. The investor also plans to hold these assets for 30 years.

We’re also going to assume the bonds will return about 5% and be taxed at 25%, while the stocks will return about 10% and be taxed at 15%.

With this information in mind, here’s how each allocation scenario would play out:

  1. Bonds held in the taxable account and stocks in the IRA

Based on the numbers above, the future after-tax value of $500,000 in bonds held for 30 years in a taxable account would be $1,508,736.

During that same 30-year period, the stocks in the IRA would grow untaxed until withdrawn by the investor. When that happens, the after-tax value of the stocks will be $6,543,526.

So, at the end of 30 years, the investor in this scenario would see a total after-tax return of $8,052,262 – a 705% gain.

Now let’s see how that compares to our second allocation scenario…

  1. Stocks held in the taxable account and bonds in the IRA

Based on the same numbers used above, the future after-tax value of $500,000 in stocks held for 30 years in a taxable account would be $7,490,996.

During that same 30-year period, the bonds in the IRA would grow untaxed, and their after-tax withdrawal value would be $1,620,728.

At the end of 30 years, the total after-tax return on these investments would be $9,111,724 – an 811% gain.

The end result is a difference of over $1 million!

This extra after-tax wealth was accomplished by strategically allocating investments between accounts with different tax consequences.


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If you really want to move the needle on your net worth, then you need to follow an asset allocation strategy.

As I mentioned, our asset strategy in PBL has given us returns of over 200% per year since June 2016.

But savvy investors can do even better if they add “asset location” to their asset allocation strategy. If you want to use asset location, below is a simple graphic that shows you where you should generally locate your assets.

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Source: Forbes

Remember, asset allocation and asset location are not one-size-fits-all strategies. You have to know your own situation. If you’re unsure on where to place specific investments, be sure to consult your broker, adviser, or tax professional.

When making your next investment purchase, don’t just think about what to buy (asset allocation)… remember to think about where to buy it (asset location).


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Like I mentioned above, we use a diverse asset allocation model here at PBRG…

And that model includes a sector containing what Daily editor Teeka Tiwari calls the “No. 1 Investment of the Decade,” a technology poised to reshape industries like manufacturing, data storage, and security like we’ve never seen before.

If you want to set yourself up for explosive gains in 2021 and beyond, watch Teeka’s presentation right here.