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REVISED 2021 Inventory Market Outlook

I simply wished to share with you my model new presentation:

REVISED 2021 Inventory Market Outlook

The title is fairly self-explanatory. In order we simply received previous the mid-point of the yr it’s the proper time to ponder what lies forward for the second half.

First, I begin by exploring the bullish arguments. Gladly there are a lot of when you think about the bettering financial image which begets greater company earnings. This has at all times been the principle elixir for share worth features.

Curiously there are two different catalyst at play that ought to have the market transferring greater this yr. Sadly one in every of them has a reasonably destructive slant that results in larger volatility (possibly you already observed that at play).

Subsequent we have to flip the script and ponder the bearish arguments. Gladly there may be not a lot on this class. Nonetheless, the flickering flames of inflation are a priority we have to hold a detailed eye on because it has been the precursor to many bear markets of the previous.

After balancing out the bullish and bearish arguments I then go on to provide a yr finish goal for the S&P 500. Sure, it’s greater than now, however not considerably greater. That’s as a result of the straightforward cash has already been made resulting in slower features forward.

As we come down the house stretch of the webinar I talk about methods to outperform the market. In truth, the principle technique shared with buyers has produced a median annual return of +30.72%.

This all finally ends up with sharing insights on my high 12 shares and a couple of ETFs which have the precise stuff to excel the remainder of the yr.

To get full particulars available on the market outlook, buying and selling plan and high picks, then click on the hyperlink under to observe the presentation now:

REVISED 2021 Inventory Market Outlook

Steve Reitmeister
…however everybody calls me Reity (pronounced “Righty”)
CEO, StockNews & Editor of Reitmeister Whole Return


SPY shares have been buying and selling at $434.59 per share on Thursday afternoon, down $1.65 (-0.38%). 12 months-to-date, SPY has gained 17.00%, versus a % rise within the benchmark S&P 500 index throughout the identical interval.

Concerning the Writer: Steve Reitmeister

Steve is best recognized to the StockNews viewers as “Reity”. Not solely is he the CEO of the agency, however he additionally shares his 40 years of funding expertise within the Reitmeister Whole Return portfolio. Study extra about Reity’s background, together with hyperlinks to his most up-to-date articles and inventory picks. Extra…

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