We call it a shovel. Turnover stocks are very interesting. If you can say that you are buying at a low price or at least close to a low price, they will be more interesting because you know the potential story better than most other investors.
Although we are completely honest with ourselves, we also admit that “buying in dumping” tends to hurt us, scars and burns.
But slowly but surely won the game. Stocks that are never really shaken by their rises seem and feel relatively expensive, making it difficult for them to enter either fundamentally or technically. There are reasons why these names can do what they do. Investors should be willing to pay for quality and consistency.
With this background, the following is a brief overview of the top four stocks bought on the market. These stocks could not have triple-digit gains in days or even months. But they sit comfortably in the long-term upward trend.
Top Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2019: AbbVie Corporation (ABBV)
Our first choice was AbbVie Inc (NYSE:ABBV). The company’s profitability ESP in North Chicago, Illinois, was +0.24% and Zacks ranked #3.
The Zacks market for this stock is forecast to be $1.78 per share in the first quarter of 2018. In addition, the company’s earnings record is encouraging, exceeding the expectations of the past four quarters, with an average of 1.81%.
AbbVie plans to release earnings data on April 26.
Top Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2019: Asanko Gold Inc(AKG)
Asanko Gold (NYSEAMERICAN: AKG) is engaged in the development, exploration and production of gold mines. The company expects sales growth rate of 10.4% in 2018 and 15.1% in 2019.
On a month-to-date basis, stocks have fallen by 1%, slightly better than the industry’s 0.9% gain.
Asanko currently ranks #1 in Sports Zacks.
Top Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2019: Axon Enterprise (NASDAQ: AAXN)
Axon Enterprise is a leader in the field of Tasers and body cameras, which is an important tool for law enforcement. As you can see below, these products have seen tremendous growth over the past decade, and this trend should continue. In 2018, the company expects to launch a new car camera called Axon Fleet, a holster called the Signal Sidearm, which can open the nearby body camera when the weapon is pulled out, as well as a file that can be a daily tool for the police. Management system. According to management, these products have increased Axon Enterprise’s addressable market to $6.5 billion, so the current revenue of $323.8 million simply captures the potential.
Axon Enterprise failed to achieve a lot of profitable ways. As management focuses on increasing the profitability of the entire business, it should also change this year. The guidance is that operating income will increase by 300 to 400 basis points, and revenue will increase by 16% to 18%. Even if the estimated P/E ratio is about 100, I think this is a company that can grow for many years in the future.
Top Dividend Stocks To Buy For 2019: International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE: IBM)
IBM investors missed the swept tech stock bull market. Although the Nasdaq 100 has more than doubled in the past five years, IBM’s share price has fallen by about 25%. The decline in income over the past decade has kept many investors away from this century-old tech giant.
The current decline is over. IBM reported revenue growth in the fourth quarter of 2017 and is expected to continue to grow this year. The actions taken by the company in the past five years or so, including investments in growth businesses such as cloud computing and artificial intelligence, have begun to show clear results. Last year, growth business revenue reached 36.5 billion US dollars, an increase of 11%, while the cloud business grew 24% to 17 billion US dollars.
A technology company will not survive for more than a century without establishing a transition record. IBM’s latest turnaround is not its first, nor will it be the last one. This adaptability is the key reason for buying and holding the stock.
For dividend investors, another reason for buying and holding the stock is world-class dividends. IBM’s current quarterly dividend yield of $1.50 per share is 3.8%. The company generally expects to increase this dividend this month, making it profitable for 23 consecutive years. Since 1916, IBM has been paying quarterly dividends through the Great Depression, two world wars, and near-collapse in the 1990s.
Stock investors looking for high returns and decades of consistency may be much worse than IBM.