ViacomCBS, Under Armour, And Pfizer: The Best Stocks To Buy In April 2021

April is the best month of the year for the stock market, and this April will be no different. That's welcome news after a flat March.

To help you make the most of it, we've put together a list of the best stocks to buy in April. These are stocks that could align with the month's bullish history to give you an even bigger pop over major indexes.

The monster tech stocks, like the FANGs, saw the strongest selling pressure we have seen in some time last month. Many of the economic recovery plays like Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) have also seen a strong round of profit-taking this month.

That's left investors puzzled about where the opportunities are.

April should be a much better month for many reasons. We have a strong seasonal pattern that suggests that markets are weak in the last two weeks of March and strong in April's first two weeks.

According to Bank of America's seasonality database, April has been the best month of the November to May historic cycle with strong positive returns. Since 1928, stock prices in April have been up almost 70% of the time.

April should also be accelerated vaccine shipments, which will make for positive headlines and improving economic conditions.

Those headlines coupled with a historically good month for stocks should lead to buying and share price growth.

And top stocks like these are perfectly positioned to pop when the rest of the market grows…

Why ViacomCBS Stock Is a Buy for April

The top stock to buy to take advantage of what should be a strong month is ViacomCBS Inc. (Nasdaq: VIAC). This was one of the stocks that got hit hard by forced margin call selling at Archegos Capital Management, the family office run by William Hwang.

As a result of the selling pressure from the massive margin call, shares of CBS Viacom are down 30% in just the last month of trading.

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