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"5 Phenomenal Seasonal Opportunities You Do Not Want to Miss"
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A lot of businesses are heavily seasonal. Take for example Pool Corp (POOL). Pool is a wholesale distributer of everything that is pool related, from chemicals to pumps, to cleaners. When do you think POOL’s business begins to really sizzle? You guessed it, leading into the summer months, POOL has moved higher 89% of the time by an average of 9.6% over just a 2 – 3 week period.
Another example would be leading into the school year (one of our upcoming September Alerts). This stock is related to school supplies and moves up 96% of the time by an average of 7% during a 2 – 3 week period when certain market conditions are also present.
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