Given the slew of events that rocked the stock market in 2020, did anyone truly think 2021 would be different? On Jan. 6, 2021, the world watched history unfold as rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol to disrupt the certification of electoral votes. It was a scene most of us have only seen in history books. Despite the rioters’ best attempts, the Democrats appear to be in control of Congress and the White House. That’s good news for pharma and clean energy stocks. And it’s also why investors have started pooling their money in these three stocks to buy after the Georgia election.
Clean energy, pharmaceutical and electric vehicle stocks are on fire right now.
We can probably thank Georgia for this: Investors predict there is going to be a green energy agenda with Democrats now controlling the Senate.
This means there’s an expectation that the blue wave is going to hit the stock market as Congress tries to enact policies to benefit companies that help produce clean energy.
And that’s why shares of clean energy and pharma ETFs soared on Jan. 6 in what ended up being a very profitable day for us.
Teva Pharmaceutical (NYSE: TEVA) is one of the biggest pharmaceutical and generic drug manufacturers in the world. Over a century business has led to TEVA developing one out of every eight generic prescriptions that are made in America, and why it’s a good stock to buy after the Georgia election.
Even Warren Buffett knows this company’s worth. The oracle of Omaha has held TEVA shares for nearly three years — and now so do our Free Riders Club members.
On Jan. 5, we sent out an urgent message about the TEVA February 19, 2021 $11 call options. Readers bought contracts for $0.58 per share on Jan. 5 and closed half of them the next day at $1.12 per share…
Traders, that’s a 93% gain within 24 hours. This is the exact type of stock investors should buy after the Georgia election.
And because good things come in threes, we had two more winning trades come from our Weekly Blitz Alerts… and they’re still raging on.
Dana Inc. (NYSE: DAN) is an American supplier of equipment for conventional engine-powered, hybrid and electric-powered vehicles — among other things.
With EV stocks about to rev up again, we knew we had to jump on this stock before the other investors noticed it first.
And guess what happened? The stock soared.
We sent out a Blitz Alert on Jan. 5 about the DAN February 19, 2021 call options for $20.
We opened the trade at $1.55 per share and closed half of our contracts the next day with a profit target of $2.30 per share for a nearly 50% gain… and then closed the remaining half in less than 24 hour for a 64.52% profit.
But we haven’t even mentioned the best stock to buy or watch after the Georgia election… and it looks like it’s poised for another quick, aggressive move to the upside…
Watch the video below to get more information on the stocks to buy after the Georgia election. And as always, make sure to leave a comment below to let us know what you think.