This website is focused on presenting clusters of high gain stocks that can be held intermittently or over the long-term for substantial profit. Stocks of interest involve gold, uranium, shipping, oil, ETFs, ETNs, solar, wind, geothermal, China, and India. For example, one profitable ETN was the Powershares Double-Long Oil fund. The ticker symbol was DXO. I doubled my money in early 2009 during one trade of just two weeks. Although this ETN is no longer available, other exhange traded funds can be discovered in the future for short and long term gains.
I will be listing highly worthwhile stocks from time to time. Buying popular ETFs can be very profitable, and it avoids the problem that individual stocks have when their fundamentals surprisingly decline, and the stock price falls. Of course, many ETFs can fall also, but their success is tied more to a macro view of the world, and the exchange traded funds provide important diversification. You might want to consider a Dow stocks fund since the Dow 30 are viewed as the strongest group of stocks. DIA tries to track the Dow, and UDOW is a leveraged ETF that should only be bought near annual lows since you could lose a lot of money getting in at the top with UDOW.
Other great stocks to buy are listed on the Long Term page. As a disclaimer, results may vary, and they may even be negative at times although I am expecting positive results, and I have my own money invested in many of the stocks mentioned on this website. Please do your own research before buying anything.
Bonds and Dividends
In these uncertain times for the stock market, it would be a good idea to put a large portion of your investment money into bonds and dividend stocks. It is fine to speculate with part of your portfolio, but most of your money should be invested in solid stocks that are paying you to own them. In addition to preserving your capital, it is interesting to see the dividend money accumulate in your account month after month. You will understand the value of getting rich slowly. This is also great for a supplement to Social Security.
Fibonacci-Stocks.com has started a bonds and dividends portfolio to track five stocks for accumulating wealth over time. The start date was June 25, 2012. Money will be added to the portfolio table each month when the dividends arrive. The initial amount of the portfolio is $10,000, and that amount is divided into $2,000 for each stock.
The two bond funds are Barclay's High Yield Bond ETF (JNK) and Western Asset's High Income Fund II (HIX). They both pay monthly. JNK pays 7% per year, and HIX pays almost 10%.
Whiting Petroleum started an oil and gas trust fund in 2012 called Whiting USA Trust II (WHZ). The trust is currently paying a dividend of around 18% although the percentage will probably drop over time. Even if the dividend drops to 9%, it will be a good investment for a few years. The trust will end in December of 2021 approximately. You will probably want to sell the stock in 2018 because the stock's price will become unstable toward the end. If you do some research about Whiting's Trust I (WHX), you will see that the stock price will drop dramatically near the end of its life cycle. However, WHZ should be a worthwhile stock to own for at least five years.
The remaining two stocks are real estate investment trusts. American Capital Agency (AGNC) pays around 14% per year in quarterly payments. Armour Residential (ARR) pays around 15% per year in monthly installments.
It will be encouraging to see how this portfolio works out in the future. A person definitely needs to have diversification in stocks and bonds that are not affected too much by daily market volatility. Then, you can go ahead and speculate with some of the rest of your money while you have the peace of mind that most of your stocks are making you money right now.
A lot more stock market information is listed on various pages of TopBookReviews.com. For example, high dividend stocks are listed with company links on the long-term stocks page.
The New York Stock Exchange Summation Index is a great way to tell whether or not it is safe to be in the stock market. If the chart is going up, most stocks will be rising. The best stocks will be gaining more, though, like the stocks mentioned on this website.
Long ETF Stocks