What’s clear is that, having surged 2,819% in the past 12 months (and 351% so far this year in the face of a market meltdown), this stock is the best-performing stock in the world over the past 12 months among companies with a market value of $1 billion or more. What’s far less clear to traders and investors, however, is why. Not only has this stock seen extremely low trading volumes, but the company in question derives most of its revenue from the unexciting world of fish farming in the United Arab Emirates. For more on this stock’s massive – and mysterious – rally, CLICK HERE.
In today’s article, the author highlights a speculative gold-silver play that could be particularly attractive. Why? He believes that it has the potential to surge on positive drill results – just as it did this past January. He further assesses that “downside is likely to be limited from here on, while upside is relatively unlimited, and will be improved if gold and silver move into a bull market in due course, as is expected.” For the company in question – and the author’s thoughts on when a move higher could come – CLICK HERE.
Donald Trump doesn’t like losers – but investors may be well served by focusing on areas of the stock market that have not gotten swept up in the market surge that followed Trump’s election. The author of today’s article argues that “now is the perfect time to embrace your inner contrarian and look to out-of-favor parts of the stock market that the rest of Wall Street is convinced will get crushed under Trump.” For a look at the contrarian case for emerging markets, U.S. multinationals, drug stocks and utilities – as well as for specific plays the author recommends for each of these sectors – CLICK HERE.