Right Apparel Stocks to Invest in 2020?

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It was tough to decide either we should buy shares from the stock market or not when it was crashing a few months ago, but now, I am rethinking to invest in stocks. Yes, as a fashion designer and DIY art expert, I always had a dream to invest in top apparel stocks, and now, I am thinking to go with Nike. Yes, I searched about the best apparel stocks and found Nike at the top. They didn't get any adverse change in this pandemic, and their dividend yield is also about 0.85%.

I also checked their per-share price, and it is about $114.79. However, according to my husband, I should this article https://www.amakella.com/stock-market-investing-during-a-recession/ before investing in stocks in these recession days, but I don't want to miss this chance because in boom period the prices of shares would definitely spike and it would be tough to get them. What do you think about investing in apparel stocks? By the way, I am also considering other options like Adidas because their share prices are increased in these days. 

Similarly, do you think the forthcoming wave of Covid-19 could become a reason for another stock market crash? Please share your views. 


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  • Nice to see these opportunities! Thank you!
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