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Why "Work From Home" Stocks Could Be Your Best Investment Right Now

America's top accountant says the "Work From Home" (WFH) economy is about to dramatically change our lives.

 



Professor Joel Litman is one of the most in-demand men in finance right now...

His firm, Valens Research, is a boutique investment research company that has exploded in interest recently.

He now employs over 100 accounting and finance experts across the world. Global investment houses pay up to thousands of dollars per month for his research, along with more than half of the top 300 institutional investors.

He's guest lectured at Harvard, Wharton, and Chicago Booth. And recently, even the FBI invited him to speak about forensic accounting.

But the latest trend that Professor Litman is focused on is the meteoric rise in the "At-Home" economy.

The "At-Home" economy is soaring as more Americans find themselves working from home.  

According to Professor Litman...

"Whether it's working from home, playing at home, or supplying their home... Americans are now spending billions of dollars every year to keep themselves happy, healthy, and productive – at home."

Many stocks in the "At-Home" economy have already soared  

Zoom Technologies, Docusign, and Fastly Inc have all soared in the past year.

  • Zoom Technologies went up 665% in under a year.
  • Docusign soared 377% in the past year.
  • And Fastly Inc went up an incredible 633% in just three months.

Professor Litman has a long track record of identifying winning stocks. He even publicly called Advanced Micro Devices stock a buy in Barron’s – when it was just $3 per share. Today it’s over $95 per share.

Now, Joel Litman is once again publicly announcing the next stock that he thinks has massive upside potential. You can buy shares for less than about $50 right now. 

 

Click here to see his full report, including his favorite "At-Home" stock.

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