- Tapa blanda: 400 páginas
- Editor: Adams Media Corporation (25 de diciembre de 2015)
- Colección: 100 Best Stocks
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1440589178
- ISBN-13: 978-1440589171
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº564.786 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2016: N/A (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 25 dic 2015
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Now is the time to make money!
Although the market has seen growth in 2015, it continues to swing on concerns over energy prices, the possibility of a "Grexit," and currency headwinds. With The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2016, you'll protect your money from sharp declines with stock picks that have consistently beaten the market average. Inside, you'll find an evaluation of the current state of the market, details on low-volatility investing (an important investment trend), and information on trading defensively in a time of market volatility. An essential guide for anyone investing in today's market, The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2016 offers solid and dependable advice you can take to the bank.
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Peter Sander has written forty-two books, including Value Investing for Dummies and Personal Finance for Entrepreneurs as well as 101 Things Everyone Should Know About the Economy. The author of numerous articles dealing with investment strategies, he is the coauthor of The Best 100 Stocks You Can Buy 2015. Scott Bobo specializes in trend and investment analysis in the consumer electronics, personal computer, and semiconductor industries. Scott served as lead researcher for the 2011 and 2012 editions of The 100 Best Stocks You Can Buy and as coauthor of the 2013-2015 editions. He operates Red Wrench, a personal technology and investment consulting firm.
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Dec 15 2014 through Dec 15 2015.
100 BEST STOCKS
Starting Value: $100,000.00
Ending Value: $95,338.34
Commission: $895.00 - Schwab $8.95 a trade
Total Gain: ($3,317.50) - Yes that is a loss.
SPDR S&P 500 ETF
Starting Value: $100,000.00
Ending Value: $105,019.15
Commission: $8.95 - Schwab $8.95 a trade (other fees built into fund)
Total Gain: $5,010.20 - Yes that is is a gain, but more over its an $8,327.70 beat down.
I have been running the numbers on these books for the past few years, but going from December to December (since we cant get the book before then) and have never seen what they claim to have gotten, although this year is the first loss.
This IS NOT a book for day traders, or short term traders of any sort. He offers up a portfolio of growing/ large businesses with the possibility of honest returns. You will not find any up and coming hidden gems in this book but you will find a collection of solid picks to add to any portfolio.
The book also does a good job at picking stocks that come from all areas of the Market. Even though many of the companies are repeats from the previous year he explains the recent activity, and analyzes the updated view on each choice, new or repeat. I am a "buy and hold" investor so i do not mind the repeated companies year to year, and i feel if the author switched up the selections much more then it would kind of undermine his own credibility. Overall I recommend this book.
I am a former law librarian (intellectual property law) and spent the formative years of my career doing complex business, technical and legal research. I mention this because I respect research and have seen time and again how it won lawsuits. There is this mistaken view that if you ‘Google It” you have done your research. This is not true, especially for complex topics like finances and investing. Taking the time to evaluate a business is an effort worth making before pulling the trigger to buy a stock. The authors of this work know how to do financial research. Each of the 100 entries validate their talent. In my opinion this is a real value to anyone who buys this book.
And, in the last few years, they’ve begun to include some recommendations on ETFs, page 65, many of which are well worth consideration.
The landscape of investing keeps evolving and the days of buy and hold are behind us. Many of us want to supplement our income stream with wise financial stock/ETF purchases and this book can assuredly support you. And, from a pure reading experience the book is more than instructive; it is well written and entertaining.
This book is unique in that each entry gives the individual investor a clear picture into the business and includes a ‘reason for caution’ because there is rarely such a thing as a ‘sure thing’ when it comes to the prediction of a stock buy because the world is complicated and things occur no one saw coming that can impact stock performance.
If you want to strengthen your portfolio with some new acquisitions in 2017 reading this book is an excellent method to improve decision-making. 2017 has the potential of being more prosperous for those individual investors who make time to acquire and read this classic book.