Bulls Vs. Bears: Knowing the Beast
My name is Marty Norris and this is my first blog post. What if I were to tell you that you could change your financial status in a matter of weeks or months?
Covid-19 has done everything but decimate the United States' economic growth and GDP in the past 6 months. What many people don’t realize is that when the market drops an exponential amount it will rally back to where it was or even set record highs as we’ve seen in the Nasdaq and S&P 500 in recent weeks.
Bull market/Bull stock
A Bull market is a market or stock that is on the rise and the economy is sustainable
Bear Market/Bear Stock
A Bear market exists in an economy that is receding or declining in value because it is in a downward trend or reporting false/negative earnings. Can also be due to little to volume or holders in the company interested in investing in it.
Blue Chip Stocks
A Blue-chip stock is a stock in a corporation with a renowned reputation that exhibits consistent growth, earnings, reliability and prove to be profitable in good and bad times.
Typically in a bearish market even the most sound stocks become volatile from their initial price dip. So a stock that typically would take months or years to grow 50% or more if you strike at the right time. Disney is a prime example of this, as you can see above they have not been in the $90-$100 for 3 years and we were able to cash in on profits that were comparable to if we had held their shares for 3 or so years because of the effects of the Coronavirus. I was able to see a great opportunity and get in at $96.
I’ll show you how the first step to take to have over a 100% return in your portfolio in a matter of months