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Three Companies I Like: Costco, Walmart and Walgreens (Here’s the One to Play Now)

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Two stocks that members have played before in The War Room – and that I continue to like – are Costco and Walmart.

Right now, the Costco options premiums are insane – which could open the door for you to trade Walmart.

You see, right now, after years of preparation, Walmart’s online grocery business is having its so-called “big moment.”

Here in the new “virus economy,” online grocery shopping has surged – and Walmart stands to capitalize.

Its curbside pickup, which requires less human contact, could make it the primary e-grocer in America.

Right now, Walmart is capturing a massive 58% market share of new e-grocer customers.

Look at these stats…

Walmart has 3,200 locations that allow you to pick up groceries curbside, and 1,600 of those locations deliver straight to your door.

Plus, 90% of Americans live within 10 miles of a Walmart – and 56% of Walmart’s sales are now from groceries.

When it comes to a winner, it sure looks like Walmart is ready to be the new Amazon of this virus economy.

Here’s another thought…

As soon as America finally decides to take this virus seriously, which I think is now starting to happen, you could see a run of people going to Walgreens (Nasdaq: WBA) to stock up on healthcare supplies – similar to what we saw people doing with toilet paper last week.

If and when that happens, Walgreens should receive a bump – and some safe-haven buying interest.

The key word here is “should.”

Action Plan: Given how Costco and Walmart have popped recently, I like the idea of using this pullback on Walgreens to establish an upside position going into April.

If Walgreens follows suit, this could be another safe-haven winner in the midst of this market madness.


Bryan graduated with a business degree from the highly rated Indiana University Kelley School of Business, and his first job out of college was trading stock options on the floor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He was mentored by some of the country’s top floor traders in the heart of the technology boom from 1999 to 2000, where he learned to identify and implement some of his most powerful trading secrets. Now he shares his secrets with a group of elite traders. We will be republishing some of his highly sought after content from his free e-letter, Trade of the Day.

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