The stock market will be flying high in a year – for 2 simple reasons

Stock markets love to surprise everyone, and now in less than a year a much bigger surprise will be played: Stocks will become much higher in June as the economy moves into overheat mode.

How do we get from this current situation to this very different world? two step.

1. By the end of the year we will have COVID-19 vaccines. They will not be perfect. But they will be quite good at protecting the most vulnerable – so most people can get back to work and the economy can start repairing.
2. By next June, the massive stimulus dumped on the economy by politicians and the Federal Reserve has put full force to send the economy more volume. This will push the S&P 500 SPX,
+ 0.55%,
Nasdaq Composite Comp,
+ 0.41%
And the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA,
+ 1.06%
Very high. Below I suggest specific areas and areas taken from my stock letter brush ups on stocks.

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Distant voice? Absolutely. And there are risks to my forecast. But big market changes always come out of left field and surprise most people. As long as there is sound logic, better, out-of-consonant bets are usually the best bets.
Here, we have this for two reasons.
1. Vaccines are on the way soon
To help with vaccines, I turn to Jefferies JEF,
+ 1.84%
Biotech analyst Michael Yee. Yee updated his observation of the vaccine approval deadline, and his approach, which he discussed with me, is good news for the bull. What I see in the income calls and filings of the seven major vaccine players confirms Yi’s idea.
Key takeaway: We get vaccines that are “good enough” for a few months from now, and more by the end of the year.
Read:Should you volunteer for the COVID-19 vaccine trial? Who is qualified, and what are the side effects?
Pharma insiders agree. Roger Perlmutter, Merck MRK, said, “The results that we have seen from early studies, the studies I have done in the first phase, are as good as one might expect.”
Chairman of Research Laboratories in the company’s July 31 earnings call. Immune reactions are “quite good,” he says. Perlmutter warnings We will not ensure until the results of Phase III studies are revealed. But this is happening soon.
Will they win the trial? Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is positive. And history is on our side. According to Professor Andrew Low of MIT Sloan School, from the end of Phase I studies, TK candidates have a 42% chance of approval. It is the highest probability among all types of clinical trial candidates.
Find the latest coronavirus coverage on MarketWatch here.

Big three

The first vaccines to focus on are modern mRNAs,
Joint venture in Pfizer PFE,
And biotech BNTX,
And AstraZeneca Ezen,
He is probably the farthest of the big players. Yi give their vaccines as a 65% probability of functioning, meaning they reduce symptoms – up to 60% in terms of modernity.
This will help put the economy back on track, as the weakest people can be saved. This will reduce hospitalization and mortality – the whole reason we are in lockdown. “If you have a vaccine that provides a 60% reduction in symptoms, I think it will lead to significantly lower disease burden, less hospitalization, and less death,” says Yee. “Preliminary data are very promising.”
Yee has deadlines for the big three, based on his guidance on enrollment and natural infection rates in the company’s guidance and tests. (Intentionally infecting people is a no-no, so vaccine companies have to wait to get Kovid-19 in their daily lives.)
Yee says it may have Phase III data as early as October and file for approval with the Food and Drug Administration in November. Modern CEO Stephen Bansell says the chances of success in the Phase III trial are 80%. “We know our platform,” Banksel says, citing research on other vaccines.
The company is now accelerating production so that it can deteriorate quickly after approval.
Read:Modern’s stock rallies as it moves forward with its Phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trial nomination
The company can post third-stage data in late September or early October and file for Emergency Use Authorization in early October. Pfizer CEO Albert Borla says success is high. “Optimistic based on the data I’ve seen so far.”
The company has begun enrollment in the Phase III trial and has given doses to the first patients on 27 July. There are plans to recruit 30,000 patients by the end of August. Pfizer says that it can supply 100 million doses by the end of 2020 and 1.3 billion doses by the end of 2021. Also helps to produce neutralizing antibodies that protect people from receiving Kovid-19, Pfizer candidates modulate T cells that kill cells. That the virus has entered.
“I think we’re really unique on our platform here with a dual way of combating infection,” says Mikel Dolston, chief science officer.
In early results released in July, AstraZeneca vaccines showed antibody and T-cell immune responses. Yi says the updated data may be available in the fall. Estimating timing is a bit more difficult, he says, because many studies are taking place in Europe where infection rates are low. It is difficult to predict that the company can inflict significant injury rates on studies.

Big four

These are slightly behind the big three in time, but their potential vaccines are well advanced.
Johnson and johnson
Johnson & Johnson JNJ,
+ 0.75%
In September, the third phase of their vaccine candidate Ad26 will be launched. It will post data by the end of the year or early 2021, Yee says. Preliminary results from preliminary studies suggest effectiveness. The Ad26 can work with just one shot, a plus.
Sanofi SNY,
There is still stage I data to report, but it is at the same time as Johnson & Johnson, Yee says, with fixed data around the turn of the year. It is collaborating with GlaxoSmithKline GSK,
+ 0.01%.

Merck MRK,
The company hopes to begin clinical studies of its V590 vaccine candidate (which works against Ebola) in the next few months, and its V591 candidate this quarter. These can work with single injection. People may be able to take the V590 orally, which the company calls a “swish and swallow” delivery. Preclinical studies show that both neutralize antibodies.
This company NVAX,
+ 8.46%
On August 4, announced the positive phase I test results for its NVX CoV2373. 4. The Kovid-19 vaccine based on Novax’s recombinant nanoparticle technology was considered safe, and produces significant antibodies.
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the treatment

In addition to vaccines, there are treatments in the works. Merck’s MK-4482 can function by inhibiting viral replication. It is in Phase II trials and will begin large Phase III trials in September. It will be taken as a pill, a plus compared to Gilead’s GILD,
remdesivir which is given through infusion. Merck’s MK-4482 works by inhibiting the genetic code in the virus to prevent replication.
Eli Lily
And Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Regn,
Antibody therapy is being developed in large trials this fall.

The risk

Of course, there are a lot of risks to my out-of-consonant rapid scenario. The major risk is that none of the vaccine trials are out. it’s possible.
“There are cases that you have very, very strong clinical data done in Phase II, and Phase III doesn’t work for some reason,” says Bourla, Pfizer CEO. But then, he pretty much describes the odds of success with a vaccine in Pfizer. “The figures we’ve seen so far are very, very strong.”
Another concern is that even if we get vaccinated, people will not take it. This can be a false fear. High-risk groups (those who are overweight, elderly, and people with diabetes and heart problems, among others) facing the real possibility of death will be vaccinated. And they are the ones that matter to reduce hospitalization and mortality – a necessary condition to get the economy back on track.
Further, there has been a lot of damage to the economy, with so many businesses closing for good. But the amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus in the economy is so large, we may still be in a scenario of market melting and economic catastrophe by next June, predicts Jim Paulson, strategist and economist at the Louthound Group. Especially if vaccines pick up too much lockdown and get people back to work. It may take a year for Stimulus to kick.
In the interim, the good phase III vaccine outgrowth between September and November will be an important de-risking event for investors, Yi says. I think it will be investors thinking more about Paulen’s overheat forecast, which is certainly out of the consensus at the moment.

What to buy

Broad market indices are “safe” for their diversification. Ironically, biotech may not be the best place because it has served as a haven in the COVID-19 crisis so far. The Joe Biden win is also a risk factor.
Read:‘Crash’ or ‘Fast’? What would a Biden Presidency actually mean for your 401 (k)?
For added benefits, consider cyclicals, which often do best as economies rebound. I recently suggested bank, financial and technology like JPMorgan Chase JPM,
+ 1.60%,
B. Riley Financial Reliance,
And Intel INTC,
In my stock newsletter.
Exchange Trades Funds like Fidelity MSCI Indicritals FIDU,
+ 1.55%,
Vanguard Industrials VIS,
+ 1.45%,
iShares US Industrials IYJ,
+ 1.52%,
Industrial Selection Zone SPDR XLI,
+ 1.52%,
Invesco S&P 500 Equal Weight Indicator RGI,
+ 1.25%,
And SPDR S&P Transport XTN,
+ 0.58%
Also fit the bill.
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At the time of publication, Michael Brush owns shares in RILY. He has suggested PFE, AZN, JNJ, MRK, NVAX, JPM, RILY and INTC in his stock newsletter brush up stocks. Brush is a Manhattan-based financial writer who has covered business for the New York Times and The Economist Group, and he attended Columbia Business School. Follow her on twitter @mbrushstocks.


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