Why Picking The “Top Stock for 2022” Is Nonsense

You’ll be seeing lots of new research from us over the next few weeks. 

All the research reports on Daily Profit Cycle are being updated for the new year. And we’ll have new issues and trades from our premium publications as well. 

You have probably seen lots of “best sector for 2022” and “top stock for 2022” articles. You will likely see many more. 

They rarely come with this caveat: Markets change. Sometimes slowly. Sometimes all at once. Takes like this should be treated as a guide. 

Professional investors with their own capital on the line don’t invest for the year in January. They know that markets are dynamic and have to be dealt with as they come. 

Below I share with you a few sectors you should be watching this year. I own stocks in all these sectors — but in varying amounts bought at varying times depending on market conditions. 

And I’m constantly watching and making adjustments where needed based on those changing market conditions and cycles. 

The sectors below are taken from a larger report that will be out soon for all Daily Profit Cycle readers. 

But to truly capitalize on the guidance… you have to see what I’m doing in real-time with my own capital. And that information is reserved for members of my premium publications, which are designed to serve investors with different levels of know-how and risk appetites. 

You can see some of the sectors I’m watching for 2022 below. And you can see what I’m buying now in my entry-level newsletter, Foundational Profits, here


The space is still relatively young but catching on quickly. It’s not just bitcoin and Ethereum anymore. There are now thousands of cryptocurrencies. Many of them are for specific goals, which allow you to buy certain coins or tokens to reflect certain themes. This has spilled over into non-fungible tokens (NFTs), digital real estate, digital art, and other digital assets that make up the Metaverse. It’s going to have significant implications on how we view ownership and conduct transactions. The easiest way to get exposure via stocks is with Coinbase (NASDAQ: COIN), which serves as a popular crypto exchange. Or with a trust like the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (OTC: GBTC), which is designed to track the bitcoin market price. We are putting up $50,000 of our own capital so you can follow along with what we’re buying and selling in this sector via our new publication, Crypto Cycle. Learn more here


This was one of the biggest losers of 2021, with the AdvisorShares Pure US Cannabis ETF (NYSE: MSOS) losing over 30% for the year. This is largely because of the expected movement on national legalization under Biden that never materialized. Several bills were introduced late in the year and 2022 is looking much better for getting something past both the House and Senate that deals with the banking and prior conviction sides of the debate. I own several individual cannabis names that are top acquisition candidates in my Family Office Advantage speculative newsletter. 


Gold ran to record prices in 2020 ahead of the rampant inflation we saw in 2021. But it’s been mostly sideways since, and actually went down 3% in 2021. Still, gold is trading near $1,800 per ounce, which is well above the cost of production for major producers. This means their earnings are healthy. You’ll want to look first at the large royalty companies like Wheaton Precious Metals (NYSE: WPM) or at one of the large producers like Newmont (NYSE: NEM), the latter of which are paying healthy dividends to boot.

Keep an eye out for my full 2022 sector report over the next week. 

And until then, see what I’m buying with longer-term, safer money in the most recent issue of Foundational Profits