Finding dividend stocks that provide the right amount of growth, long-term stability, and consistent yields can be difficult. But they aren’t impossible to find, if you know where to look.
To help you track down a few of these companies for your portfolio, we reached out to some Motley Fool contributors for dividend stock ideas. They came back with these stocks. Here’s why.
Top 10 Oil Stocks To Invest In 2019: Novavax, Inc.(NVAX)
Novavax’s share price was below $1 just 12 months ago. Since then, though, the biotech stock has soared 68%. And the gains were even....More>>>
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.
To illustrate that point, we asked three top Motley Fool investors to each pick a stock they think investors would do well to hang onto for the next 50 years. Read on to learn why they like these stocks.
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Last year, cryptocurrencies burst onto the scene like no other asset class ever has. Over the span of 12 months, the aggregate value of digital currencies soared almost $600 billion, which in percentage terms worked out to more than 3,300%. This was probably the best single-year return for any asset class in history, and we may never see anything like it again.
However, not everyone who’s made money off the cryptocurrency craze has done so as a traditional investor. Some individuals and businesses have made veritable fortunes by "mining" cryptocurrency.
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For a company to be considered a "growth stock," the only real criteria is that you are buying it because you believe in the unbridled potential for the stock’s price to go up over time.
That being said, I personally believe adding some specific criteria can help to increase the probability of finding a stock with Amazon-esque return potential. By buying companies with market capitalizations under $20 billion, there’s more room for the stocks to grow over time. And by buying companies that have shown strong revenue growth — an average of over 20% over the....More>>>
Some companies take a Field of Dreams approach, hoping that if they build, customers will respond. That’s not the case with most energy infrastructure companies. They refuse to put shovels into the ground unless they’ve already received significant customer support in the form of long-term, take-or-pay contracts that guarantee a steady stream of cash flow as soon as an asset enters service.
While those customer commitments were hard to come by over the past few years due to the turbulence in the oil market, energy companies are beginning to grow more optimistic....More>>>