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For weeks, smaller stocks have lain dormant and remained off of investors’ lists of stocks to buy. The relative weakness versus high-flying tech companies has been stark. While the Nasdaq has been carving out record highs day after day, the Russell 2000 Index has been struggling under a domestic economy that continues to be hampered by the novel coronavirus.
But all of that changed on Wednesday. While the tech sector was hovering near unchanged, small-cap stocks were up as much as 4%. The sudden shift to outperformance was driven in large part by positive news surrounding Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) vaccine results.
Wednesday’s leaderboard saw huge gains out of airlines, cruise lines, casinos and a host of other industries that have been hardest hit during the pandemic.
Today we’re taking a closer look at their upside reversals and laying out what makes them ideal stocks to buy…
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VIDEO: The electric car battery demo breaking the Internet
A new type of battery is taking the Internet by storm.
When you see what it can do you might not believe what you are seeing is real.
Insiders are calling a “paradigm shift” in energy technology…
A “forever battery” that will usher in the next great energy revolution.
Even going so far as to call it the “Jesus Battery” because the properties it exhibits are so miraculous.
Forbes calls it simply, “The battery that could change the world.”
Already, the world’s biggest auto makers are inking blockbuster deals to get this new type of battery into their fleets as soon as possible—General Motors… Ford… Toyota… BMW… Volkswagen… Honda… Mitsubishi… Mercedes… Nissan… Hyundai… Audi… and Porsche…
Even leading oil corporations like BP and Exxon are bracing for the impact it’s about to have on society and are now making huge investments.
What is this new battery exactly, and what is it capable of?
Editor, Matt McCall’s Investment Opportunities
P.S. Right now the world’s most influential businessmen are storming this red-hot technology right now, while it’s still in its infant stages: Microsoft Founder Bill Gates, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, China’s richest man and Alibaba founder Jack Ma, and Facebook founders Mark Zuckerberg & Dustin Moskovitz just to name a few. Click here for the full story.