The Best Stocks To Profit On The Strongest Economy In 38 Years

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There's some very bearish commentary coming out of the mainstream media.

Marketwatch is reporting insider selling at companies like Carnival Corp. (NYSE: CCL), The Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS), Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE: GS), Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS), and Yum Brands Inc. (NYSE: YUM). Because all these companies are sensitive to economic conditions, they're looking at the selling as a warning that "the end has arrived" for cyclical stocks.

Investor's Business Daily is asserting American Airlines Group (Nasdaq: AAL) and other cyclicals are "grossly overvalued" based on S&P 500 market data.

And Barron's is really hammering in the nail, cautioning that stalwart U.S. Steel (NYSE: X) is "one of the most overvalued stocks in America."

How can I put this in words fit to print? They're wrong. Nervous Nellies – sycophantic mouthpieces for a hidebound Wall Street. Their philosophy is totally out of step with the times. Their stodgy "guidelines" are like an investing straightjacket; it restricts your movement and keeps windfall profits just beyond your reach. Doggone uncomfortable, too.

Tune them out, I say. You'll be richer for it. Indeed, I like all of those stocks. Every single one. If you don't own them already, buy them. If you own them, buy more.

They'll make great starters for the main course coming. I'll tell you why I'm so bullish on the long term.

Wall Street's View Is Too Narrow

The way I see it, it's not a question of the best cyclical stocks; it's identifying which companies will benefit from the paradigm shifts we've seen in finance and technology, all supercharged by the most powerful economic growth in 38 years.

Just because these economically sensitive "cyclical" stocks have zoomed a long, long way from their March 2020 depths doesn't mean they can't keep climbing.

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