The Best Stock Right Now For Fifty Years

I view investing in the stock market under the following terms: (1) about 75% of one’s investments should be dedicated to owning shares in the most dominant business holdings in the entire world, and the bulk of the wealth should come from the “sitting” as earnings per share growth marches onward and dividends get paid out for reinvested into additional shares that can also participate in the earnings per share growth and pay out dividends of their own, and (2) about 25% of one’s investments should be directed towards the purchase of undervalued securities that are selling for less than they are worth, and can deliver more rapid capital appreciation that is usually the result of earnings growth interacting with P/E expansion.

The best part of buy-and-hold investing, or Category #1 investing, is that you do the hard work amassing capital and researching the dominant business, and then you get Read the rest of this article!