This week we review 5 stocks. Two that aren’t quite ready, but we should watch carefully and three that I am buying this week. Going into the portfolio is a medical diagnostics stock that is an M&A target, a mental health stock that helps keep people on track and an international solar play that has had a rough time at home despite huge growth rates. I see triples in all their futures.
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This vital service is a key to a low stress and enjoyable retirement. Here we discuss asset allocation and stock picks to help you survive as the global economy rapidly shifts.
Each week we introduce 3-5 ETFs within a trend or about to pivot that we are interested in. These ETF ideas are central to any smart asset allocator looking for an edge. This week we focused on communications, gold and clean energy. See what we’re thinking.
This company is poised to be the leader in EVs and has a massive amount of opportunities due to its 4IR technology. Further, the company has an extremely valuable real estate portfolio. It currently trades at 1/14th the market cap of a competitor that it outsells 8 to 1. This stock, not Tesla, can triple fairly easily in the next few years and could be a ten-bagger if Millennials go for a ride.
Today I cover 6 stocks that are close to or at buy prices that could see doubles and triple in price by the end of the Biden Presidency. We have 2 infrastructure and clean energy plays, a gold play, two media plays, healthcare and . Available to all stock memberships.
These are the Plug & Play focus stocks for Fundamental Trends. All of these companies are great or becoming great. Measured for fundamentals and timely technicals. Focus on surrounding your ETF asset allocation with these winning companies.
Quarterly update of our Very Short List (stock watchlist) with 5 new companies and quite a few deletions. Also includes some “hangers on” that require extra diligence. See what we are watching and get the short reasons why.
Summary This is my personal portfolio. Its purpose is supplemental retirement income through a relatively safe, growing dividend stream.Q1 began with 21 holdings. No positions were closed and 3 new positions were added, ending the quarter with 24 companies.Additions: Home Depot, Healthcare Trust of America and Prudential Financial.The gain for […]
There is a dramatic shortage of homes right now just as we are likely to add millions of immigrants. Also, there are hundreds of neighborhoods that need massive rebuilds. This homebuilder is poised for big total return in the 2020s.
A large hedge fund was subject to massive margin calls that drove two excellent stocks from great companies down over 50%. These are unique opportunities. A quick refresh reminds us why these stocks were on the VSL. One is a buy for any investor, including dividend investors, the other is appropriate for aggressive accounts as it is now a takeover target.
Quick thoughts on a developing market correction and a possible 2015-16 scenario playing out. Choppy markets. Bifurcation. 1-2 years of indexes in a tight range. Free Library Card required.
Stocks of the Week. Our top stocks and what to do with them now. Buy, sell, trim, add. Sustainable Growth membership or higher for access.
A brief introduction to four sustainable energy utilities. These companies may offer the fastest growth and dividend growth for retirement investors. A way to be on the right side of secular trends and collect income along the way. Dividend Collector or higher membership.
Keeping our focus focused, I have been digging into our Very Short List – our focus stocks – and pruning a large tree or old ideas, bad ideas and mostly ideas where the thesis changed due to Coronavirus running up debt and running down growth for certain companies. Read this important piece on how we are getting rid of commies, oil, laggards and zombies. Sustainable Growth of higher membership required.
Covering 2 complex utilities that are worth the effort to learn. Dividend growth opportunities in a changing world. Both utilities have histories of generous dividend increases, though for at least one of them, future increases will not be automatic. Dividend Collector or higher membership.
If you want a full game plan for what to buy on a correction, here it is. ETFs, stocks, SPACs everything we are focusing on if we get a September like correction or worse. Become a member today if you aren’t. This long form post will make all your money back for years worth of membership.
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3 REITs from our very own Dividend Sleuth. Companies that can pump out income and grow too. Lower risk, strong total return. Members of Dividend Collector, Retirement Income Options and RARE.
12 dividend stocks that are must owns on a correction. Each one has something that the market is missing. One is simply among the 10 best companies in the world and comes with government backing. 6 of the 12 are REITs across 4 industries in the REIT space. Sign-up for Dividend Collector or higher for access.
We bought Invesco around $15 and around $10. We are taking 30-100% profits today on overbought conditions and less appreciation potential. Invesco is a good company, but we do not see it having a high likelihood of a double or triple from here, which is what we look for over 2-5 year cycles. Dividend collectors may elect to keep a small stake given the large dividend.
Summary Dividend investors naturally consider utility companies for an income portfolio, particularly investors in or near retirement.Investors in regulated utilities receive a measure of dividend safety but usually give up the potential for explosive growth.Here are brief snapshots of six utilities, one of which is being added to one of […]