A few weeks ago we discussed how you can make 12% annually, forever, from stocks. Now let’s apply those lessons to 2017, and highlight five that should do even better (17%+ returns) this year (and likely beyond).
Remember, projecting our returns from any given stock is simple. We simply add together the three ways it can pay us:
Its current dividend.
Welcome to another installment of “3 Things in Biotech You Should Learn Today.” In this episode, we’re going to consider the news of a few “out there” technologies, namely CRISPR gene editing and tumor-treating fields. Then, we’ll come back to something a little closer to conventional.
Without further ado…
My investment thesis on American Airlines Group (NASDAQ:AAL) for a while now has suggested the market was overlooking the new profit focus on the airline. The theory was further backed by the recent large-scale investments by Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.B) and backed by Warren Buffett.
The stock though has struggled to gain much traction since the peak back in 2015. Is the market so....More>>>
The number of uninsured veterans plummeted after Obamacare began, a new Urban Institute study has found.
The uninsured rate among veterans under age 65 dropped to 5.9% in 2015, down from 9.6% two years earlier, according to the report. The number of vets lacking coverage fell to 552,000, down from 980,000.
The changes started in 2014, when two major Obamacare coverage provisions....More>>>
Comcast’s (NASDAQ:CMCSA)Fate of the Furiousis already a record-breaker and is on its way to becoming one of the fastest movies to pass $1 billion in global ticket sales. The picture delivered the best-ever global opening, bringing in $532 million in its first weekend and unseating Disney’s Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens to claim the biggest debut ever.