“No. It’s not good for you.”
“No. You can’t have it.”
That’s what my grandmother would tell me if I asked for something that wasn’t good for me when I was a kid.
As an adult, I brushed aside my grandmother’s truisms and did what everyone in their 20s and 30s do … whatever I wanted.
This may seem like an odd bridge to investments, but hear me out.
Many things aren’t “good for you.”
However, as a smart investor, you look past that.
You aren’t looking at the health values of a product … you’re looking for signs of future profitability that will drive the underlying stock’s value up.
It’s why people invest in tobacco, cannabis, alcohol and other “sin” stocks.
Well, I did some digging and, while it’s not a sin, I found an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that tracks the performance of certain products that may be unhealthy.
In this episode of The Bull & The Bear, I tell you why it’s worth adding shares of this ETF to your portfolio for 2021.
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