The stock market has made history in 2020. We witnessed the steepest, fastest bear market decline to happen since the Great Depression — it just took 16 days worth of trading to accomplish — a higher volatility than seen during the Great Recession… and crude oil tumbled into negative territory for the first time ever.
But there was a bright side to the pandemic: Robinhood. The digital free trading app has taken off in popularity with millennials and new investors eager to get in on the fastest-growing Robinhood stocks.
With so many people stuck at home, investing has become something of a novel hobby. Within the first four months of the pandemic lockdown, Robinhood’s customer base increased by 3 million.
BUT with so many new and inexperienced users trading on such an easy-to-use platform, everyone and their mother thinks they can become Wall Street investing experts overnight.
And for the most part, these traders can’t separate the failing stocks from the fast-growing Robinhood stocks.
For traders and investors looking to keep their Robinhood account looking healthy and successful, here are two fast-growing Robinhood stocks you should consider owning… and one that’s not worth your investment.
If there’s one thing COVID-19 has taught me, it’s that you’ll always have the free time to play a game in boredom.
And that’s what I’ve been doing with all of my old, recent and long-term trades — reviewing all of them and neatly placing them into three categories: Bang, Buy and Bust.
By doing this I discovered one stock that I’ve been banging off-and-on for a couple of years now. It loves to soar for short amounts of time during spouts of rapid growth, and I’ve made a year’s worth of income trading just this stock.
I also found the one stock I plan on buying and holding forever — especially since no one thought this company would thrive during a pandemic and could become the next major SPAC… And one stock that isn’t worth anyone’s investment… even if it was a Sweet Spot Stock at one point…
Watch the video below to get all three names and tickers for the stocks you should bang, buy and bust. When you’re done watching, share your thoughts in the comment section below. Are these stocks you’d be interested in buying or selling? Do you have experience with them already? If so, let me know below!