Gaining the benefits of diversification starts with a core portfolio. We generally start with ETFs and move onto adding blue chip stocks before adding small and mid cap. These 12 blue chip companies have proven to be sustainable growers and in several cases dividend growers.
Sustainable Growth Investing captures the essence of the massive changes and challenges of the 2020s. Our focus is on innovation, technology, clean energy and the resources that support a sustainable world.
Our bar for buying any stock is that we believe it has a reasonable chance to offer a triple or more in the next several years.
We believe in building in a “margin of safety” on each purchase. Sustainable Growth Investing means we are not only looking for growth, but growth at a value price for our initial purchases.
While many prefer to chase price, we allow price to come to us. This discipline and patience has served us well.
Your strongest edge as an investor is the ability to evaluate a company and let the calendar work for you. Not only can you beat the market that way, but you can do other things with your time.
Dividend growth and low volatility dividend investing are core ingredients to a healthy retirement. Here are the ten stocks that best capture dividend growth and low volatility characteristics to build your portfolio around, along with our, 12 “must own” stocks.
Here are our Top 10 Growth Stocks for 2020-21. The Coronavirus Covad-19 stock market correction could be a great time to buy these great businesses. See our Bottom Fishing prices, as well as, current support levels.
We try to avoid making trades in the “middle of the market” whenever possible. We want to find undervalued stocks that are oversold to buy, and to sell stocks that are overvalued and overbought. We believe in “buy low, sell high.”
Last November, I discussed “why I’m selling Tesla shares.” It turned out to be a good spot to sell Tesla (TSLA) shares that we had purchased about a hundred dollars cheaper less than two months earlier. It would be about a half year before we returned to buying Tesla shares.
Sustainable Growth Investing uses a base ETF allocation and long-term growth stocks for generating capital appreciation. This strategy can be used for an entire portfolio or as an add-on to a more diversified portfolio, such as, a retirement plan. The Sustainable Growth Investing mission is to beat the S&P 500 stock market index without added risk.
With more time freed up from simplifying my business model, I plan to write a “quick thoughts” on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday now. Today, Monday, I am writing one because I have two macro pieces about half done each: We Are Now On The Peak Oil PlateauClimate Change Is Already […]
We have an opportunity to buy a solid financial stock – NOT in the dangerous banking industry – that pays over a 7% dividend. It is in a growing business and will be entering Europe soon. This is a chance to have a double to triple in total return the next 5 years or so with low risk.
Stock market corrections are about the only time to buy high quality companies at a discount. Corrections are also the best time to buy potential ten-baggers on a pullback. We were smart to allocate huge percentages to cash recently, now we need to be smart picking great companies for our portfolios. Below are two lists. The first are very high quality companies with stocks that are approaching rare bargain territory. The second list are companies that have big growth and are potential ten-baggers over the next decade on this pullback.
Utilities are priced for perfection and about to enter a heavy capital spend cycle as they build out renewable energy and the smart grid. Buy stocks in companies that utilities will have to spend with. Sustainability does not have to mean higher risk.
Alphabet (GOOG) is facing regulatory hurdles and some challenges to its core advertising revenues. Google’s dominance in search is unlikely to end anytime soon though and they will adjust their model as necessary. Also, the incubator is warming with “baby Googles” ready to enter the world over the next decade as “dividends” to shareholders.
Texas Instruments (TXN) is on our Dividend Growth 30 very short list. Texas Instruments Incorporated (TXN), also known as “TI,” is a straight-forward, cut-to-the-chase operation, so I’ll keep this simple: TI is one of my core technology positions because their effective management team consistently executes a successful business model. Without […]