This Montreal TikToker Suggests Which Stocks Will Make You $ With Biden Elected
Meet your new finance guru: a 21-year-old with 3 businesses and a 6-figure income 💰.
Reetu, also known as ree2mz on , has over 86,000 followers and one million likes from people who come to her for . And with good reason! This Montrealer knows her stuff — she's only 21-years-old and already runs three businesses and makes six figures.
On her website, Reetu states that neither she nor her company is "offering financial advice and nothing we say is meant to be a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument. The content we offer is opinion based on personal research. Please, always do your own due diligence."*
She breaks down personal finance in simple terms and even makes it fun. She has a ton of useful videos that you can't help but stop to watch — like "How to make money in your sleep" or "The Easiest Way To Become A Millionaire."
But a recent TikTok that stands out is one in which she suggests which stocks to invest in now that.
[Caterpillar Inc.] is one of my fav stock for years!
ree2mz on TikTok
If you're starting from square one and you don't know a single thing about investing, Reetu has plenty of videos to get you started.
But if you're ready to put your money where your mouth is, here's what she suggests based on the current results of the U.S. election.
Since Biden has "called climate change the 'No. 1 issue facing humanity,'" and since a Biden win is expected to be a win for cannabis, she recommends:
- Canopy Growth Corporation
- Caterpillar Inc.
- Brookfield Renewable Partners LP
Canopy Growth Corporation is one of Canada's biggest cannabis companies.
Caterpillar Inc. is "the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives." In other words, they specialize in sustainable innovations.
Brookfield Renewable Partners LP "operates one of the world’s largest publicly-traded renewable power platforms."
"Don't forget to do your own research by visiting the company's Investor Relations page," adds Reetu.
*This article has been updated.