We all know the reason many investors worry about a potential recession.
Portfolio returns tend to suffer, as investors pull money out of the markets and wait for the pain to end. Of course, those who stick with the markets and hold through periods of uncertainty (so long as their holdings don’t go under) often outperform. That’s because the best days in the market usually follow the worst. In other words, holding one’s nose can be the best strategy for long-term returns in times of trouble.
Let’s look at three of the best stocks long-term investors want to consider right now, ones for the recession-resistant bucket.
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