Looking to shake up your investment strategies in 2017? Putting money on losers could be your winning play…
Market research for investment year 2016 shows that contrarian investors—those who buy poorly performing stocks eschewed by the majority of investors—made a killing last year. They’re showing returns of more than 30%.
Compared to a return of about 13% for the S&P 500, that’s not too shabby.
Reflecting back on 2016, it’s clear that going against conventional wisdom paid off BIG for some investors.
So if you’re ready for killer gains, consider these unorthodox models as you shore up your 2017 portfolio.