The Bow Tie Nation Portfolio! The top five stocks to buy for next year to beat the market and I just put $5,000 in each. Follow the portfolio on Stockcard and use promo code: bowtienation for a special discount​

It’s time to start thinking about 2021 stock picks and I’ve found the biggest disconnect in the stock market that could lead to market-busting returns next year. One narrative in the market just doesn’t match up with what stocks are doing in two sectors and I’m putting my money where my mouth is in five of the best stocks.

In this video, I’ll explain the biggest disconnect in the stock market and how to use it to make money in 2021. I’ll then reveal five stocks to buy right now with analyst price targets averaging 120% on the top end. In fact, every analyst that I surveyed on these five top stocks is estimating a positive return over the next 12 months.

Nation, the market is crazy expensive right now. Stocks have boomed this year and some sectors have outrun their valuations. If you read into this, it tells you the market isn’t worried about the economy. It sees more stimulus on the way, a vaccine approved any day now and a stronger market next year.

But stocks in two sectors are still getting hammered. Stocks in the financials and energy sectors are down 20% and 49% so far in 2020. Now there are reasons for it but if you believe that stock market rationale about the economy, there is no reason these stocks should be so cheap.

These are the ultimate value stocks and could be ready to run for double-digit, market-beating returns. Best yet, these are also large, financially-stable companies so even if the economy doesn’t push them higher, you’ll get a strong dividend yield while you wait. I’m putting all five of these stocks into our 2021 Bow Tie Nation portfolio and bought each of them for my private portfolio.

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Joseph Hogue, CFA spent nearly a decade as an investment analyst for institutional firms and banks. He now helps people understand their financial lives through debt payoff strategies, investing and ways to save more money. He has appeared on Bloomberg and on sites like CNBC and Morningstar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a veteran of the Marine Corps.