Need to Know: These Trump-driven stocks could be your worst bet for June

As stocks kick off the summer, there’s a plea out there for some action — even some gloom.

“We open the page on the month of June, and I, for one, hope we can break this malaise in markets, with either an upside break or at least a reasonable pullback in global equities to attract new money and fresh life into the markets,” says IG’s Chris Weston.

A small selloff would be “nice,” Daniel Morris, senior investment strategist at BNP, told Bloomberg. He says it’s just tough to find stock bargains, given the market has them priced to perfection.

That brings us to our call of the day, which says if you’re plotting out a June strategy, then avoid financials like the plague.

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