Two Sectors Are Offering Fantastic Profit Potential Now

Stocks had a strong reaction to the final outcome of the 2020 elections and runoffs. They actually closed at all-time highs on the news.

Not bad for the overall markets, but when you dig into specific sectors, the gains really jump out at you. Some sectors moved up 5%, 6%, and even 15% as tracked by ETFs.

But if you study market history, you know this isn't all that surprising. I'm sure we all remember the massive rally we got after the 2016 election. A power shift in Washington, D.C., usually translates into market movements. That same history shows us some sectors will be more bullish than others under the new administration.

The trick is to get your investing and trading lined up with those movements. That way you can rake in gains again and again. This will make it easy…

The Profits Are Just Warming Up in These Two Sectors

There's no doubt in my mind: Clean energy and healthcare are two places every investor needs to be right now – and for the foreseeable future. The incoming administration and Congress have more or less said as much with the policy announcements they've made.

Both of these sectors have been on a big "uptrend" since November, and they came up an impressive combined 8% or more once the runoff results were in.

The two gave back a little of those gains in the meantime, but they quickly found support and bounced back toward early January's highs.

Now, if you've been following along, you've had the chance to benefit from some bullish recommendations I've made in green energy. This past fall, I showed you how NextEra Energy Inc. (NYSE: NEE), a company with a huge renewables component, de-throned ExxonMobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) as the world's most valuable energy company.

And that's really representative of what so-called "alternative" energy stocks have been doing. The intense political focus on renewables and clean energy will only get more concentrated over the coming months and years. That makes this a "must-have."

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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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