Seven Stocks I Buy Before Breakfast Every Weekday

I don’t know about you, but I like sticking to a routine with most things in my life. I’m talking my morning routine, my workout routine, my grooming routine, even my lunch routine (one grass-fed organic ribeye, every day, in case you were wondering).

So – no big surprise – I like to stick to a routine when it comes to trading, too. And I’m going to let you in on it, because A) it’s really easy to follow, and B) I think it’s going to help give you a chance to make the same kind of money I have.

What I don’t do is chase the news or try and jump into the first trade I see; that won’t work.

Instead, I turn to my seven “core stocks.” These are the stocks I trade every single day if I see the opportunity.

I buy these stocks in the first 30 minutes… and I take my profits before 4:30 PM each and every day.

These aren’t just any stocks, now. I’m talking about market movers – massive, well-known companies with tons of volume and liquidity. And the best part is – I profit off of them within the day. As in, I’m out and my account is up before dinner. There’s no buy-and hold, no tying up my cash in hopes that I see a single-digit return in four months.

Let me show you my “starting lineup”…

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 1


I’m guessing you’re familiar with Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN). The one-stop shop for everything has exploded over the last few years. With one-day shipping and one-click access to anything you need – it’s not surprising that (AMZN) has become a household name and just as importantly, a solid investment.

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 2


Another stock I bet probably doesn’t need much introduction. Whether you prefer an Android or an iPhone, you know Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is the quintessential must-own tech stock. The stock sees a lot of press as well, and it’s another perfect addition to my core seven stocks.

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 3


21% of all the people on Earth – around 1.62 billion people on average – use the Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) social media platform every day. It’s playing a bigger and bigger role in… well, everything, and it seems like new features are rolled out all the time. Facebook Pay, live streams, a dating platform, cryptocurrency to name just a few. This powerful social media conglomerate continues to impress and that’s why it continues to be part of my core seven.

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 4


Tesla Inc. (NADAQ: TSLA) is on the forefront of the innovation of the automobile industry, not to mention the battery and automation industries. Led by the controversial, but undeniably brilliant Elon Musk, this company is always in the headlines one way or another. I love keeping a close eye on this company and the stock can really deliver some nice profits.

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 5


This streaming giant started the “cut the cord” revolution and has continued to grow since. With over 158 million subscribers and counting, streaming giant Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX) continues to perform, adding new titles every month, keeping content fresh for its viewers. This growth helps boast profits which is why this streaming mogul resides on my core seven list.

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 6


Billions of people use Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) subsidiary Google to answer their most burning questions every single day. As the largest search engine in the world, Google handles over two trillion searches per day and that number is predicted to continue to rise. And with this growth, our profits are predicted to grow as well.

Pre-Breakfast Buy No. 7


Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) might be the only stock that isn’t a household name – but don’t sell it short – this company is massive; the “Amazon of China.” This multinational e-commerce, retail, Internet, and technology conglomerate has made quite a name for itself over the last few years. And it’s also made quite the name for itself in my portfolio – serving up massive profits.

But I don’t just add these stocks to my trading lineup haphazardly.

No, I have a game plan in place and it helps me lock in quick and easy profits.

Check out the video above to learn exactly how I do just that.