“It’s never too late to retire early”
The S&P 500 slipped 1.1% in January to finish the first month of the year in the doldrums. The pandemic seems far from over. These two elements shouldn’t discourage us from investing in stocks that have proven themselves over the long term (and have fared well through the health crisis).
As long-term investors, we look at the big picture. That means revenue now and potential for future revenue and earnings growth. If you have money to invest in now, these points are essential to consider before buying. Here are two healthcare stocks and two consumer stocks that should reward investors over the years to come.
You do not want to miss this crucial information
If you have money in the stock market, you need to get your hands on the contents inside this envelope …
It contains a confidential list of the only basket of stocks you might ever need to own.
You see, of the roughly 3,700 publicly-traded companies on the stock exchanges … nearly all of them are “sucker stocks.”
Only about 70 are worth your time and attention.
Only about half of those — just the 35 safe stocks inside this envelope — are worth putting in your portfolio now.
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