Investing is a great means of building wealth, but looking for the very highest gains possible can be a risky way to do it. If you have a large, diversified portfolio, one big winner can make up for several disappointing laggards. But if you’re just getting started (or if seeing a significant pullback in your portfolio would cost you sleep at night), some stocks mix low risk with high performance over time.
This stock is a stable, dependable industry leader that has thumped the broader market over the past five years, gaining almost double the S&P 500’s returns — it’s nearly tripled while the venerable index has doubled over that period. Let’s see why Visa is a low-risk, long-term winner to add to your portfolio.
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