The Contrarian Sector Rebound List For 2021.

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We are entering into what I have called the “New Roaring 20s” since 2017. There are many reasons I came to this conclusion, regardless of 2020 pandemic. However, the pandemic in 2020, just like in 1918 will accelerate this shift. Sadly the pandemic will crush many businesses and entire sectors. Yet some sectors I have identified will come roaring back, and you can be a part of it. But you can do it the right way, work with those in the businesses and sectors that have been impacted and create prosperity for them and you. Why? Because it is the right thing to do and the returns to you will come back on a far greater level than just financial.

I studied the 1918 pandemic and have surfaced a number of trends and shifts that gave way to a decade of prosperity. Indeed, it ended in a depression, however this was based on a few issues that are not present today. Will there be a down turn? Yes, and in some ways we are already in it. In some ways we have had an overlay of an economic crisis with some aspects of the 1930s depression overlaid on to the 2020 pandemic. In 1918 there was no centrally organized and implemented lockdown and business closure.

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