Why Apples 3 Darling Could Explode by 9000

Why Apple’s $3 Darling Could Explode by 9,000% Apple is one of the biggest companies in the world – a $908.7 billion behemoth So when its CEO says, “It’s going to change everything,” it’s a good idea to pay close attention or miss out on what could produce a 9,000% return. Think about it. Every $500 could be worth $45,500. Every $5,000 invested could be worth $455,000. Every $10,000 could be worth $910,000. By now you’re familiar with augmented reality (AR). Or, reality that can blur the line between what’s real and what’s actually computer-generated simply by enhanci...
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Warren Buffett Top 5 Picks to Buy Now

Warren Buffett is known as the “Oracle of Omaha” for a reason, he’s the most successful investor in history. Currently, he’s ranked third on the Forbes top 20 billionaire’s list with a net worth of $84 billion. He is the son of a former congressman and bought his first stock at the age of 11. In this report, we’re going to look at the history of Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway, review his investment philosophy and analyze 5 of Berkshire’s top holdings and recent additions for some of the best value opportunities in the market. History Warren Buffett is known as a student of Benjami...
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The 5 Best Stocks to Buy in 2019

A company’s share price rises and falls everyday as the forces of supply and demand shift continuously. When investing in a company, the intent is to see a significant and sustained rise in the price of the stock. In this case, the stock is purchased because of a continued imbalance by those demanding the stock. A stock’s valuation and growth outlook are two fundamental factors that create an environment for a stock to double its share price in a year. The valuation of a company is generally determined through the use of ratios and discounted earnings and cash flow models. When a company is...
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Marijuana Boom One Way to Trade the Modern Day Gold Rush

The marijuana story is taking the world by storm. Canada has legalized it. U.S. States are pushing for further acceptance. Polls show that Americans highly favor its legalization at 61% Corporate America has woken up to the opportunity. In fact, Coca-Cola may be looking to get into the pot-infused drink business. Beer companies like Constellation Brands just invested $4 billion in Canopy Growth. Related stocks have exploded over the last year. Canopy Growth (CGC) ran from $12 to $57 Tilray Inc. (TLRY) ran from $30 to $300 OrganiGram Holdings (OGRMF) ran from $2.25 to...
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The 5 Best Stocks To Buy Now

Barron’s completed its 2019 Barron’s Roundtable where they asked 10 of Wall Street’s smartest investors for their 48 best investment ideas. We’ve gone through the list and narrowed it down to five specific stocks that are the best to buy right now. The five stocks that we’re going to look at were recommendations from Oscar Shafer, Mario Gabelli, Scott Black and Rupal Bhansali. As part of the analysis, we’re going to summarize the analysis done by these experts and provide our own analysis of their picks. Let’s get started with the list. 1. Dollar Tree Inc (DLTR)—Oscar Schafer, Chairman of R...
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Knowles Corporation An Undervalued Gem With An Explosive Catalyst

One of the best stocks to own over the last year wasn’t anything exciting… It didn’t have a cure for cancer or anything that was revolutionary. It wasn’t exactly the next Amazon.com or Apple either. But we’ve all used its products. In fact, between three and four billion of us use its products today. If you use a cell phone, it’s likely to contain its microphones or speakers. Yet, its stock trades at only $15.25 a share in what could be an $18.8 billion growth story. That company is Knowles Corporation (KN:NYSE). Considered the runaway leader in the voice assist space wit...
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Buying is Only Half of Investing

Most investment research is based on one thing, and one thing only: Finding the best opportunities to buy. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s a good thing in and of itself. After all, if you don’t make a good buy in the markets, you’re pretty much guaranteed to lose money. But what happens when things go well? That’s where the trouble starts. That’s because most investment research doesn’t tell you anything about when to sell a position you hold—whether it’s gone up or down. Many investors use rules like stop-loss orders. But that also causes them to lose their shares whi...
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