Get Your Piece of the $1.2 Trillion Spending Spree
With negotiations heating up on Capitol Hill, now is the time to jump in.
At this point, it’s no secret that a bunch of stocks benefitted greatly from the conditions created by COVID-19. In fact, we covered many of those booms right here at Profit Pregame.
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (ZM) led the charge for work from home stocks, gaining as much as 615% since the start of 2020.
With everyone stuck at home, online retail stocks took off. Wayfair Inc. (W) shares skyrocketed more than 1,000% since the March 2020 lows.
I could go on and on with more examples, but I’ll spare you the recap of what you’ve likely already seen countless stories on.
But there’s one narrative which I haven’t seen showing up in the headlines nearly as much as it should for as big a profit opportunity as it presents.
During the course of the pandemic, we’ve seen a massive increase in the demand for new home construction as people looked to move out of populated urban areas. And with interest rates still at rock bottom, that trend shouldn’t be slowing down anytime soon.
The housing boom has led to heightened demand – and thus higher prices – for construction materials like lumber, cement, and more. And the share prices of companies that supply those products have been on the rise.
But the increased demand may just be the tip of the iceberg for building materials suppliers.
There’s another enormous catalyst on the horizon that could send a select few companies through the roof.
And I’ve got my eye on one in particular that I’m going to share with you today.
Where’s the money?
In almost any type of new construction, cement is the literal foundation upon which a building rests.
And the glut of new home orders has the demand for cement on a steep upward curve.
For the months of April and May 2020, more than 54 million tons of concrete were produced. That’s nearly a 100% increase from the same timeframe in 2020.
With the increased demand, cement producer CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (CX) has rocketed over 440% since March 2020.
But that could be just the beginning.
For weeks, members of Congress have been formulating a U.S. infrastructure bill that would be worth roughly $1 trillion.
The gargantuan spending bill to fix America’s roads, bridges, water systems, and other critical infrastructure will require a mountain of building materials to carry out.
And companies like CEMEX stand to see demand for their products boom even more.
And Wall Street institutions that see the writing on the wall are already starting to pile in…
How do I get some?
As you may know, my proprietary S.C.A.N. system scours the market for the biggest money flows.
And I continue to see HUGE call buyers in CX.
The biggest institutions on Wall Street are placing their bets that the massive growth we’ve already seen in CX was just the beginning.
Today in the 1450 Club Live Trading Room, we saw large buy orders on the CX August 20th 2021 $8 Calls.
With so much money pumping into both the stock and its options, as well as the potential for a wave of fresh demand for its products, I think this name goes much, much higher in the coming months and into 2022.
1450 Club is Already Cashing In
On Monday, I told members of the 1450 Club that my scanners were picking up on another large batch of orders for CX October 15 $9 calls.
Using the trade recommendation I provided, my subscribers were given the chance to rake in a 100% profit in less than one day.
I’m keeping close watch for yet another profit opportunity on this and many more stocks.
And when S.C.A.N. helps me to identify the right moment to jump in, 1450 Club members will get precise instructions on exactly how to play it for huge profit potential.
2021 is shaping up to be one of the most profitable yet in the 1450 Club.
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In the Spotlight: More fuel on the fire for the housing boom
Banks, homebuilders, and building materials suppliers have all benefitted from the huge demand for housing over the last year and a half.
And they’ve all been helped by rock-bottom mortgage rates that allow homebuyers to borrow more easily.
And yesterday, those industries got even more good news.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency has announced that it will drop the “adverse market fee” as of August 1.
The fee – which is a measure which was taken in an effort to offset losses to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae from the large number of refinancing requests during 2020 – increased the cost of a refinancing by 0.5%.
Now that the extra charge is being scrapped, mortgage rates are falling once again.
That’s music to the ears of housing-related businesses, as the low rates should continue to drive increased home sales and new construction.
With that in mind, we’ll continue to look for profit opportunities in the space here at Profit Pregame. Stay tuned.