Here Are My Five “Set and Forget” Stocks for 2020

We are well into the new year now, and the prediction game is reaching something of a frenzy.

By this point, I’ve read several hundred market predictions for 2020, and there is something of a consensus.

GDP growth will be around 2%, interest rates will remain low, stocks will provide single to low double-digit returns, and unless something goes horribly wrong in the economy, Donald Trump will be reelected.

There are very few people expecting a strong pick up in volatility or risk in the year ahead which makes me want to sit around with some very smart people and a bottle of bourbon to consider possible black swans that may occur in the next year to two with the potential for life-changing profits.

Now, I’ve made some money by making black swan bets on events that no one thought could happen where the math of the probability and payout calculation lined up correctly.

However, I’ve never made a nickel on a prediction in the stock market whether it was my own or someone else’s.

Making the type of precise projections that the Wall Street strategists and TV pundits make strikes me as a colossal waste of time and brainpower.

I prefer to find strategies where the numbers indicate I have a very high probability of trouncing the market, and that’s exactly what I’m going to show you today.

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Four Different Ways You Can Use Your Biggest Advantage Over Wall Street

The year 2020 is finally upon us.

The 2010s were a fantastic decade that delivered all sorts of surprises, including some surprising election results, undreamed of technological breakthroughs, and miraculous medical advances.

It was an excellent decade for investors, as well.

I know a lot of people like to focus on what went wrong, and there are plenty of examples there, but the truth is that the 2010s were a pretty good time to be alive and living in the United States.

There were annual returns of more than 13% for those who took the less adventurous route of owning the index funds, and much higher results for those who used quantitative techniques like the ones I’ve been sharing with you here at Max Wealth.

No one is sure what the 2020s might hold for us, but if you look at what worked in the 2000s as well as the 2010s, you can get a good idea of what we need to do to get rich over the next decade.

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