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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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>>>
Using conventional economic thinking, an investor should move some of their money from stocks to bonds as interest rates rise because they are less risky, and the rate of return is better. So as U.S. Treasury rates hit 3%, I’m sure there are some conventional thinkers out there that will start to sell their stocks and move into bonds.
Just because it’s conventional thinking doesn’t mean you should follow it, though, because there are several companies out there that yield more than 3% and provide both the stability of a reliable dividend and the upside of owning....More>>>
Penny stocks are great opportunities for retail investors to make triple-digit gains in a matter of days, but it can be like finding a needle in a haystack. In order to help Money Morning readers profit, we’re bringing you the five top penny stocks to watch in April 2018.
While a few penny stocks have great growth potential, the truth is that many of these low-cost stocks have very little chance of providing investors with a profit. In an effort to avoid losing your investment, it’s important to identify penny stocks that have strong financials and....More>>>
Facebook, Inc.’s (NASDAQ:FB) data fiasco has shaken the market as a whole — and tech stocks in particular. Prices have pulled back on a wave of negative media attention and potentially tighter regulation. Suddenly the unstoppable rise of the tech giants looks a little bit more fragile. But many tech stocks still show very sustainable and robust long-term fundamentals. That’s why I am confident that now is the time to buy cheap tech stocks on the dip.
Indeed, top Monness analyst Brian White has just told CNBC that tech might be the biggest....More>>>