If history is any indicator, there are a couple of stocks that stand to gain over the next two weeks, Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group said Wednesday.
"Netflix has been drifting lower here over the last two weeks," he said. "That's an area where you could see a bounce. Consumer discretionary is one of the best sectors during this period, and so you want to look at some of those names like Netflix and Dollar Tree."
On CNBC's "Fast Money," Hickey said that during the last two weeks of March over the past decade, such stocks as Netflix and Dollar Tree were positive 100 percent of the time.
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Over the past 10 years, telecoms were up 1.94 percent in the last two weeks of March, while consumer discretionary stocks were up 1.84 percent, Hickey noted.
The market selloff that followed Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's announcement of increased tapering would reverse, Hickey also said.
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"Let me just first start off by saying that if you're worried about a 60-point basis sell-off in the market, you shouldn't be invested in this market because it's not a big move," he added.