Now May Be the Best Time to Invest in the Stock Market
Updated: Jun 10
Most Americans have been watching from the sidelines over the past decade as the longest recorded bull-run in Wallstreet’s history brought stock prices to record highs. Some felt financially unready to begin investing at the time; others thought themselves not knowledgeable or savvy enough to invest well.
With financial markets booming, these Americans had no sense of urgency, feeling the opportunities will always be there for them to invest sometime in the future. But now, following the Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing financial crisis, a historic opportunity is looming that will not repeat itself.
This crisis has created a narrow 2-month window of opportunity to buy scores of shares in the leading publicly traded tech companies at a bargain price that will most likely never be seen again in the future. This will prove to be the absolute best time to invest in giants like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and others.
Why is this the best time to invest in these companies and buy their shares?
The initial shockwave that brought NASDAQ down over 30% in the first few weeks of the crisis, hit all companies’ stock prices fairly equally, as millions of investors blindly pulled their money out of the stock market altogether, making no distinction between sound and unsound companies as they did so.
But it is crucial to remember that stock prices, while they can normally reflect a company’s health and projected future profits, are not a good gauge during times of crisis. The truth is, that not all companies have been hard-hit by the crisis in real terms, and will continue to profit and dominate consumer markets even as their stock price may slack in the stock market.
These are the companies we want to invest in. Tech companies whose sales have barely been hurt by the crisis, and whose products and services will continue to enjoy high demand and large profit margins in the long run, can now be bought at bargain prices and potentially return the investment 10-fold in the coming years.
Americans who heed Warren Buffet’s advice to “be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful” and strategically invest in good, sound companies, may generate a substantial profit in the stock market as a result of the covid-19 crisis.
Cutting out the noise and the fear – keep a cool, level head in any investment decision, and use your own judgement.
Do your research to identify 4-6 companies you have strong confidence in, and whose future looks brighter than ever. Follow their stock price history to decide whether there is a potential for a good return on investment.
Sign up for a free online investment platform to begin purchasing these company’s stocks. Start small and gradually build your portfolio.
In the coming days and weeks, we at the Gray Sparrow will be closely following some of the key players in NASDAQ and sharing our recommendations and our own decisions as to which stocks are the best to invest in right now, to take full advantage of this historic opportunity.
Our Favorite Online Investment Platforms
1. M1 Finance – https://m1finance.8bxp97.net/QMP4x
2. EToro Partners – https://partners.etoro.com/B13056_A90266_TClick.aspx
3. Ally Invest – https://www.ally.com/invest/
Our Favorite Online Investment Courses for Beginners
1. Udemy – https://www.udemy.com/course/wallstreetvalue
2. Skillshare – https://www.skillshare.com
3. Ameritrade – https://www.tdameritrade.com/education/investment-classes.page
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