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Perfect Stocks to pick in 2021.

by Lana Ridlon 2 years ago in wall street
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Perfect Stocks to pick in 2021.
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In year 2020 many things have happened Corona virus, USA election and most importantly market crash. Many companies have been shut down, country economy g0es down and many others things happen in 2020.

Have you know that the lives that goes by corona are half which goes by starvation, no work and a new enemy is coming to many countries that is unemployment. So Today we will discuss how can we make our 2021 better by investing.

The year is winding down, and most of us would say ‘good riddance.’

Is there evidence that the markets are getting back onto an upward track? The summer saw big gains on Wall Street, perhaps a bubble, but definitely a bull market. September saw it slip off track, October has seen a partial recovery, while November started with a bang — or to be more precise, a boom.

We will choose stocks on the basis of:-

. Company Future plans

. Company CEO mindset

. Company Past performance

. Company Charts

. And, Based on top Analysts report

Perfect Stocks to pick in 2021

We will look at mainly USA market most of company have been given a great return since their start.

SVB Financial Group (SIVB)

SVB Chart

The first stock on the list is Silicon Valley’s largest deposit holding bank. SVB Financial Group is the holding company owning Silicon Valley Bank, a commercial bank specializing in high-tech venture capital. Since its founding in the 1980s, SVB has provided funding for more than 30,000 start-ups, and has also become a major financial services provider for Napa Valley’s vineyards.

Working in the high-wealth areas of the San Francisco Bay region, and maintaining offices in other financial centers around the world – London, Hong Kong, and Toronto, among others – Silicon Valley Bank was well-positioned to weather the corona crisis. The bank’s revenue has been rising through 2020, from $807 million in Q1, to $860 million in Q2, to $1.08 billion in Q3. Earnings, after a sequential slip entering Q1, have also been on an upward track; the Q3 EPS came in at $8.47, beating the forecast by 55%.

Boston Beer (SAM)

Boston Bear

The last stock on the list today is one you may be familiar with. Boston Beer is the owner of Sam Adams, the popular brew named after the Colonial-era patriot. Boston Beer is the fourth largest brewery in the US, boasted $1.33 billion in revenue for 2019.

So far, 2020 has been a good year for Boston Beer. To put it bluntly, the social lockdown policies keeping people at home caused many of them to turn to beer for comfort, and Boston Beer has a well-liked flagship brand. The company’s earnings have risen steadily this year, from $1.32 in Q1 to $6.10 in Q3. At the top line, revenues have moved from $330 million in the first quarter, to $492 million in the third.

3. Tesla

Don't shock tesla has been always there because of Elon's mind who knows what Elon take next step and take company to new heights.

The report was its fifth straight quarter of profitability for Tesla. It reported adjusted income of 76 cents per share as revenue jumped 39% to $8.77 billion, both topping Wall Street estimates. Tesla took a big step with its third manufacturing plant, where construction is now underway near Berlin. That plant is expected to be completed in March 2021, where it will produce the Model Y.

Tesla stock is currently not a buy, but keep an eye on it. Tesla has developed a proper handle in its consolidation, giving it a 466 buy point. The buy point extends to 489.30, before it's extended. Aggressive investors could start or add to a position at 445.33.

Hope it helps you!

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