In a word? Chocolate.
Historically, there has been a cluster of three companies in top-performing sectors that build a disproportionate amount of wealth. If you turned your eye towards tobacco, you would make a lot of money over the years owning Altria, Philip Morris International, and Reynolds Tobacco. If healthcare was your thing, you would have done extraordinarily well over the years sitting on blocks of Becton Dickinson, Johnson & Johnson, and Abbott Laboratories stock. And in the beverage sector, the cluster of Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and Dr. Pepper held for decades would have created enough wealth to provide for your kids and grandkids. If high current income is on your mind, the energy sector is a friend with Exxon, Chevron, and Royal Dutch Shell.
I call this the easiest way to build wealth because it only requires three decision points: (1) look up the best-performing asset classes, and realize there … Read the rest of this article!