Three Stocks To Sell Today

I'm just as happy as anyone that the pandemic is ending here in the United States.

We've seen that "light at the end of the tunnel" since the first vaccines were announced last autumn, and now that light's looking mighty close. More than 62% of Americans have had at least one dose of the shot, and it's looking likely we'll at least come close to President Biden's goal of 70% by the Fourth of July.

Getting back to normal is probably going to be a big change for a lot of us, but it's already bringing big changes for the market.

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In fact, it's already happening. I'm not saying it's going to be bad, but it will be different.

There are three stocks I've got my eye on now – all of them are extremely popular, and they've all been outstanding performers during the pandemic. They've also recently moved off their peaks, which has investors thinking this is a "buy the dip" opportunity. It isn't.

It's time to lock in some nice, big profits and unload these shares ASAP. The sooner, the better…

These Winners Aren't Working Anymore

The post-"COVID Crash" bull market was really a perfect storm, when you think about it; a lot of different forces came together to send stocks rocketing farther and faster than ever before – during an economic collapse. And I don't think it would've been possible had the coronavirus exploded, say, 10 years ago.

It was really the tech and pharma companies that saved the day – Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) kept us fed and supplied, Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) and Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) kept us sane, Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) and Zoom Video Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: ZM) kept us connected and employed, Peloton Interactive Inc. (Nasdaq: PTON) kept us fit, and Robinhood kept tens of millions of new, risk-hungry investors in the green – and, without pro sports, entertained. The volatility surges they were seen to generate are still incredible to watch.

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Disclaimer: Any performance results described herein are not based on actual trading of securities but are instead based on a hypothetical trading account which entered and exited the suggested ...

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