Jubak's 10 top stocks for 2013
MSN Money's stock-picking guru sets his sights on 3 types of stocks: those riding trends, those creating trends and a few hated names with potentially big payouts.
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Most brokers choose stocks after the fact which is why they still work.
I purchased Apple in the late 90s for a little over $10/share just because I knew it was worth more based on thier financials. I had no idea they would develop a phone which would excite the world so much. I also purchased a few thousand shares of Ford (from Apple returns) a few years back when it was under $2/share and took a gamble (which worked out) that they would not take the gov't bailout.
The best advice I ever heard from anyone regarding stocks, bonds, etc. is to purchase items you use or see daily at work/home. Usually this will give you an idea of what products will make it and "could" earn a hefty return.
What were Jubek's Top Picks for 2012?
For 2008? How did they fare over 1,2,3,4,5 years?
One word: GRAPHITE.
The company: Northern Graphite, Symbol: NGPHF
Ya,,go ahead laugh,,,Graphite,,,Big Deal HUH....Yes it is....!
The very near demand for Graphite is Unbelievable. The demand is every where; the Battery industry, Medical, Solar just to name a few.
Have you heard of Grafhene; it is a single atom-thick layer of Graphite that is arranged in a Honeycomb shape. Also spherical Graphite is now used in Nano-Tech, the demand is very great.
China is locking down all of its Graphite an we really don't have it available to meet the demand.
Northern Graphite is about the only western source available that can build-up quick enough to meet that demand. The demand is NOW but they won't be producing until 2014 and they have the best graphite in the western world.
Get-on-Board, it is cheap right now and will quickly go 5 times it's present days value.
Do your own research, and you will understand what i'm now writing about. Best of Luck..!
For now, the "main stream" energy sources are cheap, plentiful and effective. Fining, defaming, attacking and taxing the energy industry is not the way to make alternative energy viable. Making alternative energy cheap, plentiful and effective is.
I love how some lefties (and righties) on these boards, like Vet wrote, want to just "kick the can" down the road, welching on debt, writing checks that the gov't can't cover, business as usual. That isn't going to play anymore. The 16 TRILLION in debt, (which BTW was caused by you dems lord and savior Noblaba, thanks to the bailouts, failed energy programs, job creation, and other disappointments of this administration), will HAVE to begin getting paid down NOW. Tomorrow is NOT an option. The "rich" and "superrich", even if their taxes DO go up, cannot burden the ENTIRE debt on their hands, thanks to YOUR lavish spending. The "middle class" if it still exists, WILL see spikes in their taxes EITHER way, thanks to what I mentioned above.
Too bad though. I would have rather seen John Q. Taxpayer get bailed out, than a multi-millionaire at AIG, GM, Chrysler, or Fannie Mae that got a BONUS for crushing their companies into the dirt...
Wake up Dems in america...
A dis-satisfied customer and voter...
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