The Sainted Seven Stocks For The Long Run

Normally when I write about investing ideas, I hold little back. However, over the past year, I have come across seven companies that offer a high probability of being superior investments. These are companies with long track records of earnings per share growth well over 10% annually, steady management, entrenched moats and other competitive advantages, moderate or conservatively financed balance sheets, and current execution that suggests more wealth will be minted for shareholders in the year ahead.

This is my best stuff, and I think that someone who buys the eBook will be rewarded with useful insights that will provide fertile ground for further research. Most of the companies in the book I’ve never covered in any of my writing, and a few I have barely mentioned in passing. It was exciting for me to put this together because some of the companies that I had discovered have been rarely discussed in the financial media—one example in particular sticks out in my mind. I found a stock that has been compounding at 20% annually since 1989, and has only been mentioned on Seeking Alpha three times in the past two years. And it’s a billion-dollar company.

This is not an ebook telling you to buy Coca-Cola, ExxonMobil, Johnson & Johnson. This a book that identifies truly superior midcap (or on the small end of large cap) businesses and gives them each their fair due in a write up. The ideas presented are credible things that you could actually finding yourself buying and holding for long periods of time, and each of the stocks mentioned remained profitable during the worst of The Great Recession.

To purchase, click here: “The Sainted Seven Stocks For The Long Run.”

If you would like to see my ten largest investments, click here: “My Ten Largest Investments.”

If you are in the mood for a discount, you can purchase both as a bundle for the sale price of $19.99: “My Ten Largest Investments + Sainted Seven Stocks Bundle“.


Originally posted 2015-04-13 03:25:27.

Like this general content? Join The Conservative Income Investor on Patreon for discussion of specific stocks!