10 Stocks with the Power to Double Your Money – Time and Time Again

There are 5,000 stocks in the U.S. stock market. So finding the right stock for you can be difficult – but there’s no need to worry or spend all day trying to pinpoint what you need – because that’s where my Super Options system comes in.

When it comes to trading, I like to keep things simple. And that’s exactly why over the last few years, I have honed in on 112 big names in the market. These 112 stocks make up the top 2% of the entire market. And they have consistently delivered massive wins to Super Options members.

You see, when I built my Super Options system, I wanted to make a powerful, easy-to-follow trading tool. And that’s why using this system, I have pinpointed 10 out of the 112 stocks that consistently perform well for us.

These 10 stocks have proven to be the best of the best when it comes to our Super Options style of trading. In fact, these 10 stocks are a class all on their own. No other stock can touch what they bring to the table.

And after months of profiting off these big names and gathering some in-depth research – I’m finally ready to reveal everything I know about these major profit players.

Now, I call these 10 stocks the Super Options Frequent Flyers, and in my eyes, they truly are the “all stars” of Super Options.

And right now, I’m going to give you the full scoop on all 10 Super Options Frequent Flyers. You’re going to learn their history, what sector they serve, and why these almost always seem to bring home the big bucks.

In this report, you’ll get:

  1. The snapshot of the company’s entire stock performance…
  2. The lowdown of the company – what they do and the customers they serve, and…
  3. The shakeup– why the profit potential of these companies stands out above competitors.

So let’s get started.

Frequent Flyer #1: VICR

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

Based in Massachusetts, Vicor Corporation (VICR) designs and manufactures electrical power converters both in the U.S. and abroad. Incorporated in 1981, this company has prospered for the past four decades. And as you can see by the snapshot above, the pandemic shutdown has been an absolute godsend for the company’s stock.

Not to mention, Vicor is a manufacturing powerhouse with 15 subsidiaries all over the world, including France, Italy, the UK, Hong Kong, Japan, and China. Last year, it had a revenue of $262.98M.

Shakeup:

As we see successful coronavirus vaccines prepare to enter the market, VICR is a stock that should benefit from the good news. They’re expected to double earnings over the next few years. And the stock has gone from $30 to $90 over the past few months.

I’m especially interested to see a pullback in this price range because the general wisdom says that a stock that hit $80 usually goes to $120. And when we see the pullback, S.C.A.N. will send us a signal immediately. So keep your eyes open for my alert.

Frequent Flyer #2: CVM

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

CEL-SCI Corporation (CVM), founded in 1983, is a biotech company that tests, researches, and develops cancer drugs, as well as autoimmune and infectious disease treatments. The company’s stock performance may appear abysmal, but it’s not because of sales. In 1992, the SEC issued a cease and desist order against the company’s president at the time because he was late to file over 16 forms documenting the company’s sales. But don’t let this drop deceive you, analysts have been saying CVM is an undervalued stock ever since 1996.

Shakeup:

Right now, CVM is about to disrupt the entire biotech industry. This past February, the company was issued a trading halt on its shares for news pending. This is because their main product, Multikine, is currently undergoing Phase III clinical trials with the FDA. Now, biotech stocks are always tricky because one FDA trial could send the stock soaring to the sky or dropping to the ground.

That’s why CVM is the perfect options play. With S.C.A.N., we make money no matter which way the stock moves. And in light of their FDA trials, I can easily picture big, fast gains after they announce the latest results.

Frequent Flyer #3: SHAK

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

Have you ever tasted the wonder of a Shake Shack burger? Shake Shack Inc. (SHAK) started out in 2001 as a hot dog cart inside Madison Square Park. Over the past 19 years, it’s become one of the most popular national burger chains in America. The company IPO’ed on January 29, 2015, and saw an immediate 123% rise in stocks. And with over 250 locations all across the planet, the sky is the limit for this delicious hamburger restaurant.

Shakeup:

After suffering a slight setback, SHAK stock has been powering through the pandemic shutdown as if nothing happened. The company fully embraced the online-delivery revolution and combined with their takeout service, Shake Shack’s stock is on track to blow past its all-time high. After a 52-week low of $30, the stock rocketed up to $90. This is a stock we’ve made money on before, and it’s only a matter of time before S.C.A.N. gives us another SHAK trade to make even more money on.

Frequent Flyer #4: YETI

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

Founded in 2006, YETI Holdings Inc. (YETI) is barely 14 years old. Yet this new company has established itself as the preeminent brand of its sector. They’re pretty much the “iPod” of the cooler industry. Their products include mugs, bottles, and coolers, and they specialize in vacuum-insulated ice chests and other related accessories.

YETI is the top-of-the-line brand in the outdoor manufacturing space, and their products aren’t cheap. Their mugs cost around $30, and their ice chests are also pricier than their competitors’ products. But just like the iPod, YETI customers are brand-loyal patrons who have shown that they will always remain on team YETI.

Shakeup:

YETI is one of my favorite low-float names. The stock has been consistently breaking its personal records ever since the pandemic started, and it actually reached its all-time high during the economic shutdown. People are rediscovering a passion for the outdoors (or rediscovering a passion for cold beers on Sunday), and YETI has become a symbol of high-quality outdoor gear. YETI’s superior technology, combined with their superior marketing, has allowed them to quickly establish themselves as the bona fide leader of their sector.

Frequent Flyer #5: RPD

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Lowdown:

Cybersecurity is currently one of the hottest sectors on the market, and Rapid7 Inc. (RPD) is one of the leaders in this fast-growing industry. Founded in 2000, the company has been around for the past two decades. They went public in July 2015, and the stock started gaining extreme upward momentum in 2018.

Shakeup:

There are very few stocks that have the sheer upside potential that RPD has. Not only do they lead their industry but RPD is a low-float stock with a market cap of just $3.6 billion. Which means there’s an extremely good chance that they will get bought out by a larger institution.

When the economy was first shut down, RPD stock dropped along with the rest of the market. But since then, the company’s stock has hit new all-time highs over and over again. And I don’t see this trend stopping anytime soon.

Frequent Flyer #6: PETS

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

Founded in 1996, PetMed Express Inc. (PETS) is the parent company of 1-800-PetMeds and operates a pet pharmacy in the United States. You’ve probably heard on the news that millennials spend more money on their pets than any other generation, and this company’s performance shows it.

Organic pet food, cute dog costumes, and silk collars aside… millennials are also forking over cash for their pets’ prescription drugs. If this pandemic has proven anything, it’s that people will continue to spend money on their “fur babies.” It doesn’t matter if the market is moving up, down, left, or right… if Fido needs medicine, he’s going to get it.

Shakeup:

Currently, the stock is in between its all-time high of $40 and its 52-week low of $21. Combined with their low float, PETS is looking ready to pop back up to its all-time-high levels. And with the American public growing more comfortable ordering things online, sales and revenue should remain consistent for the foreseeable future. In fact, sales and revenue should dramatically increase because of this prolonged pandemic shutdown. People are discouraged from going to the store, and many will order online for the first time and realize shopping for pet meds online is too convenient to ever visit the store again.

Frequent Flyer #7: PFSI

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Lowdown:

Founded in 2008, PennyMac Financial Services Inc. (PFSI) is one of America’s top mortgage banking companies. They’ve serviced $388 billion in loans. They have over 1.8 million happy homeowners. And they continue to dominate their industry. They’re also the number-one issuer of government loans, like Federal Housing Administration and Veterans Affairs mortgage products. The government loan sector is an especially profitable sector since the loans are underwritten by the U.S. government.

Born during the heyday of the 2008 financial crisis, PFSI is one of the few mortgage companies that prospered and maintained a stellar reputation.

Shakeup:

PFSI is an industry leader in multiple sectors, and COVID-19 has launched the stock into the stratosphere. We continue to see U.S. home sales grow stronger, which suggest even greater profits for PennyMac.

What’s more, the Fed has declared they will continue to lower interest rates, which means now is a great time to trade this low-float stock. Many first-time homebuyers are jumping on a mortgage to take advantage of the low interest rates, and I’m fully expecting a huge pop that will shatter all-time highs any day now. And when S.C.A.N. gives us that signal, you and I will be the first people to know that PFSI is a big buy.

Frequent Flyer #8: EBIX

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Lowdown:

Ebix Inc. (EBIX) is a software company that was founded in 1976. They provide e-commerce services to insurance, financial, health care, and e-learning industries all across the planet. I can’t think of a better business to invest your money in right now.

EBIX reported revenues of $141.6 million in Q1 2020. And their Q3 2020 revenues were $154.3 million. Which means they made even more money thanks to the pandemic.

Shakeup:

This stock is in the right place, and it’s the right time to buy. After nearing its 52-week low of $8 due to the pandemic, EBIX has been steadily climbing back up. Not to mention, EBIX is always on my radar. The low price point and steady price patterns have made it one of our most profitable Super Options Frequent Flyers.

Frequent Flyer #9: VUZI

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

Vuzix Corporation (VUZI) was founded in 1997, and they manufacture, market, and sell augmented reality (AR) wearable displays and computing devices. Intel also owns 30% of this company. Basically, these guys make those funky virtual reality headsets that cover your eyes. VUZI stock has a great track record with Super Options, which is why this stock is always on my radar.

Shakeup:

The gaming industry is abuzz with two new entertainment systems coming out (a new PlayStation and a new Xbox). And VUZI is positioned at the right place and the right time to profit immensely from the next generation of video games. People aren’t leaving their houses and are discovering new sources of entertainment. With a new gaming console, you can bet they’ll be virtual reality compatible. And VUZI’s wearable displays will be just one of the many accessories people will be buying.

As the virtual reality industry continues to mature rapidly, I expect VUZI to be the big dog of the sector. With IBM’s 30% stake in the company, VUZI has the backing of a 109-year-old American technology juggernaut.

With a 52-week low of $0.80 and an all-time high of $8, VUZI is a cost-effective profit play that’s sure to line our pockets once again.

Frequent Flyer #10: JWN

Snapshot:

Lowdown:

Nordstrom Inc. (JWN) is one of the retail names that always adapts. Back in 2008, the stock was decimated but bounced back to all-time highs. We’re currently seeing a similar situation with JWN stocks taking a beating due to COVID-19, but the company is as strong as ever. And I fully expect stock prices to rally once again towards new all-time highs, just like it did following the 2008 crisis.

Shakeup:

It’s undeniable that sales and profits plunged for Nordstrom, but the numbers don’t tell the full story. With the entire economy shut down for most of the spring and summer, it’s natural to have less sales. Yet the company generated $187 million in cash from Q1 2020. They easily made positive cash flow and used that money to pay down their revolving credit line borrowings.

Not to mention, their online sales are surging to new heights, and with a possible vaccine around the corner, all factors suggest that Nordstrom’s stock will soar right back to pre-pandemic levels.

And these 10 stocks are just the beginning of the profit potential I’m showing my Super Options readers. Check it out…

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