The Six Best Stocks To Buy To Make Money This Summer

I don't know about you, but I for one am ready to get out of my house this summer.

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Stores are opened, concerts are back on, restaurants are getting busy… it's great for my social calendar – but even better for my portfolio. There's a lot of money to be made this summer, and I'm going to help you do just that.

To find these standout opportunities, I've done more than look at the industries opening back up. Every trader will be doing that.

I have an edge. I've sifted through my favorite technical indicators and filtered the top "reopening" stocks into the best-of-the-best "get out there" plays to make today.

That gave me this list of the six best profit opportunities this summer's "get out there" vibe is giving us now. Let's dive in…

Your "Get Out There" Stock Buy List

First up on my list is an airline company that's showing a lot of promise. I can literally see it riding the reopening wave as the pent-up demand in travel reaches new heights this summer. I'm talking about none other than Southwest Airlines Co. (LUV). Shares of LUV have been trading in a tightening range for the last three months as the airline sector prepares for what's likely to be a strong second half of the year. LUV's pricing and destinations put it at the top of the list for recreational fliers, which should be the first group to hit the skies. I'm adding this stock to my portfolio at $60 with a price target of $75 before year-end.

Buckle Inc. (BKE) is a fashion retailer that sells clothing, footwear, and accessories. It's second on my list because it just beat its earnings estimate by $0.92, sending the stock 7% higher last Friday. This teen retailer is still a bullish pick with another 20% gains expected before its next earnings announcement three months from now. Shares are a buy at $40 as this stock continues to outperform its peers.

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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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