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Top 10 Warren Buffett Stocks To Watch Right Now

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Please skip the intro if you have read my previous articles.

It’s far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.”

– Warren Buffett

What is a wonderful company, and what is ‘quality’ from an investing standpoint? The....More>>>

Top 10 Stocks To Own For 2019

A number of recent articles stated that the governments new reverse mortgage changes (Mortgagee Letter 2017-12) will make the program less attractive to borrowers. However, this might have been an initial overreaction. While the program is being adjusted, the changes to the program could improve the market, lower costs for some borrowers, and secure the long-term health of the program.

The....More>>>

Top 10 Stocks For 2019

Investors in NetEase (NASDAQ:NTES) have generally seen their company benefit from a strong environment in the Chinese video game industry. Impressive growth in revenue and profits in past years helped fuel impressive gains for NetEase shares, and the appetite for more from consumers in China and elsewhere has seemed insatiable. Yet in every growth stock’s experience, a company eventually starts....More>>>

Top 5 Stocks To Buy For 2018

It’s been interesting to see the comments on Seeking Alpha made in reaction to the early round of 1Q17 results from U.S. banks. We’ve certainly got a market with forecasts of recession mingling with optimism that the Trump trade will re-emerge once the great man has done whatever he has to do in the meantime.

One theme we’ve seen, exemplified by JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), is buoyant....More>>>

Hot Warren Buffett Stocks To Buy Right Now

As we all know, stock valuations reflect the prevailing economic weather and corporate-profit forecast. Sunny conditions give investors confidence to buy, which generally means expensive stock prices. Right now, the S&P 500 is trading at 17.0 times expected earnings, almost 20% above the 10-year average of 14.3. Some highfliers have ascended to nosebleed levels, notably names like Netflix (Nasdaq:....More>>>