Weekend Edition: The Closest Thing to a Recession-Proof Stock I Can Find

Total Wealth Staff Jun 22, 2019

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The Closest Thing to a Recession-Proof Stock I Can Find

Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 22, 2019

Good morning and welcome to another edition of your Total Wealth Weekender. I’m Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chief Investment Strategist for Money Map Press.

Thanks, as always, for spending a few minutes of your valuable time with me today.

I’m often asked to recommend stocks that will “beat the market” or “withstand a trade war with China” or – as of late – be “recession-proof” – a thought on the minds of many given the prospect of a Fed rate cut.

Obviously there are no sure things in this business but the stock I’ve got for you is dang close… in fact, it’s the closest thing out there to a recession-proof stock as I can find right now.

Before I tell you what it is, though, let’s talk for a moment about why this matters

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