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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as usual these experts are totally FOS the stocks that should grow will be crushed by big oil again and those industries are solar, wind and geo thermal power and keep squeezing our balls every time they fart. it seems every time gasoline goes down to 3.05 per gallon down here in Pensacola, Fl it goes up immediately by 10 cents - really, who is ****ting who here - just big oil screwing us again and again
I agree regarding last crisis. However the conditions even on micro level became severe in sales negotiation terms. Small and medium enterprises are facing higher level of trade knowledge. i'm speaking from Serbian perspective.
For example: Food industry overcame inflation by giving final consumers products which are raised up to max. 10% in price but smaller wight. Chocolate waffles of local Stark producer from 450 grams got lowered down to 360 grams and the price is almost the same as before. Other products categories such as: clothing detergent, milk, energy beverages are being the same as food industry. Chances are out there we need to find our place and take the advantage of it.
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.
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For 2008? How did they fare over 1,2,3,4,5 years?
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