Wall Street is Missing the Point Again on COVID Vaccines

Wall Street is once again making all the wrong moves because of vaccine news…

This story was originally published here.

The world just got a little bit of something we all needed this year…


Pfizer announced that its COVID-19 vaccine is 90% effective in testing so far. Those results were much better than anticipated. And it’s possible that it could get the green light from regulators by the end of this month.

Now, it’ll likely take more than a year before enough vaccines are produced for the global population. But it’s a start. We’re one step closer to ending this pandemic.

It’s great news for the world … but it hasn’t exactly been great news for the market.

After Pfizer’s vaccine news broke, Wall Street traders went to work. They figured that a vaccine meant people would soon be able to go back out. People would be itching to go to work, school, restaurants, gyms and movie theaters.

All of a sudden, stocks that were hurt most by the pandemic — like travel and energy — were soaring. ExxonMobil was up 13%. Delta Airlines gained 17%. And Carnival Cruise saw a 39% boost.

On the flip side, businesses supporting our new remote world suffered losses that day. High-flyers like Zoom Video and Netflix dropped 17% and almost 9%, respectively.

But this kind of market movement is absolutely silly. And it shouldn’t change the way you handle your portfolio at all. Here’s why…

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8 Times More Income Than Dividend-Paying Stocks?

Dear Reader,

Every 30 days on average, something I call an “Endless Income stream” is set to pay out around $4.7 billion to ordinary people all across America.  

People such as: 

Michael S., from Madison, Wisconsin, who’s made over EIGHT TIMES more through these payouts than he would get with dividend stocks paying just 2%… 

Jim N., from Norfolk, Virginia, who’s made more than 11 TIMES more than he’d get from an annuity paying 1.27%… 

Steve V., from Laredo, Texas, who’s collected about 18 TIMES more than government bonds pay (a paltry .72%)…  

And Tom R., from Albuquerque, New Mexico, who reported he had made 26 TIMES more than he could through a five-year CD yielding .5%. 

In total, these payouts add up to an estimated $4.7 billion every month on average.

But, controversially, 99% of Americans have probably never heard about this “Endless Income stream.”

Which is why I’m writing to you today. 

I’ve just finished working on a timely video that reveals exactly what this Endless Income stream is… 

Why it’s able to pay out $4.7 BILLION to investors around America every single month on average…

And how you can get it working for you today. 

You can watch it by clicking here.

It doesn’t matter what your current level of income is, how many zeros your bank balance has or where you were educated.

So long as you get started immediately … as in right now, you can secure your chosen share of the $4.72 billion pay out as early as next month.

Here’s everything you need to know.


Ted Bauman
Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing