The Three Most Promising Stock Investments Right Now

Both Milton Friedman and Irving Fisher influenced my view of economics, and consequently, however I view the purchase of publicly traded businesses that we call stock, by calling my mind to the fact that businesses consist of a web of contracts and other required financial obligations that are necessary in order to sell a good or provide a service, and the corporate residue that is leftover after the good is sold or the service is provided is what we call “profit”.

It would follow, then, that the best stocks to purchase are those in which the web of contracts and other required financial obligations can be dramatically curtailed in the future, or alternatively and preferably, where the sale of goods or services can be increased at the maximum rate without a corresponding increase in the costs arising from the web of contracts and other financial obligations that are necessary to Read the rest of this article!