"Buy low, sell high" is an investing idiom that we Fools don't take all that seriously. In fact, we generally believe that winners tend to keep on winning, which is why we will happily buy a stock that has already enjoyed a terrific run if we believe that the business can con
There's no disputing that buying and holding high-quality stocks is the best way to generate wealth over the long term. And we're not talking about holding for weeks or months. We advocate that investors should buy shares of businesses they'll be comfortable owning for years.
As we work to instill good values in our children, we generally try to discourage boasting. But as long-term investors with the world's most powerful tool for wealth creation -- the stock market -- at our fingertips, we'll readily admit we want to buy and hold stocks that our kids will at least
Oasis Petroleum (NYSE: OAS) is an independent exploration and production company. The focus is on the acquisition and development of land unconventional oil and gas resources in the North Dakota and Montana states and the Permian Basin in the Williston Basin.
For the fiscal year ended December 20
The first-quarter earnings season has just kicked off. Per the latest Earnings Preview, the bottom line of S&P 500 companies is expected to increase at a highly impressive rate of 16.6% on a year-over-year basis. This prospective upside marks the maximum quarterly earnings growth pace in seven years.
The report further predicts that 11 of the 16 Zacks sectors are projected to exhibit double-digit earnings growth in the to-be-reported quarter. Total revenues for the same set of companies are projected to grow 7.5%.
However, focusing our attention on the Large Cap....More>>>
As earnings season kicked into gear, Netflix stole the show this week, posting surging revenue and smashing its own guidance for subscriber growth. The optimistic report from management on Netflix’s business sent shares 10% higher.
Next week will feature a range of earnings reports. But the most interesting will be the following stocks. Ahead of their earnings releases, here’s a preview of what to watch.
Top Clean Energy Stocks To Buy For 2018:ResMed Inc.(RMD)
ResMed is the company solving sleep apnea with its CPAP devices and this is a company....More>>>
Energy is an absolutely fascinating industry to follow right now. On one side, you have oil and gas companies selling at incredibly low valuations, despite the fact that oil prices are above $70 a barrel. On the other side, you have renewable-energy companies with a multitrillion-dollar growth highway ahead of them.
With these interesting trends emerging, there’s no doubt that investors are looking at this industry. To help investors start their search for great energy investments, we asked three of our investing contributors to each highlight a stock they see as a great....More>>>
"Buy low, sell high" is an investing idiom that we Fools don’t take all that seriously. In fact, we generally believe that winners tend to keep on winning, which is why we will happily buy a stock that has already enjoyed a terrific run if we believe that the business can continue to execute.
With that in mind, we asked three of our Motley Fool investors to share a stock that went up at least 50% in 2017 and is still a great stock to buy today. Here’s why they picked these stocks.
Top 10 Low Price Stocks To Invest In 2018:Alamos Gold Inc.(AGI)
Industrial stocks may not get the same press or recognition as its consumer or tech brethren, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great options for investors. In fact, some industrial companies have been generating returns for investors for over a century.
While you may not recognize the products they make if you saw them, right now I think these stocks following are great buys for investors, and could even be called industrial growth stocks.
Top Low Price Stocks To Own For 2019:International Paper Company(IP)
Lou Jing earned a Ph.D at Fordham University in the Bronx before completing post-doctoral studies at the National Institutes of Health. Frank Zhang got his from Duke University before heading to New Jersey for a job with Schering-Plough Corp.
Warren Buffett has said that his "favorite holding period is forever," and I generally invest with that same philosophy in mind.I don't think I'll keep each and every stock I own forever -- after all, there are plenty of valid reasons to sell stocks, and there's no way of knowing how a company or
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