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7 Stocks To Buy In Late 2020

7 Stocks To Buy In Late 2020

when we analyze the type of market that we're in there's pretty much only one thing that we can say for certain no one knows exactly what's going to happen next to the one thing that we do

know is that it will be volatile as a lot of you guys know I've dedicated a good portion of my life to learning the art of investing and I will say this there's always opportunities in the

market and that's the reason why I'm making I want to show you where I see a potential opportunity for this volatile weird market that we are in I've got seven stocks that I need to

show you guys now for each of these stocks I've got

very specific reasons for owning them so pay careful attention

Stock 1: Berkshire Hathaway

now I just want to say off the bat do your own research before you purchase any of these stocks don't be that guy who just buys it and doesn't even understand what they own at the end of the day, if you do that you will lose let's kick this off warren Buffett my opinion the greatest investor of all time however these days a lot of people are saying he's lost his touch they're saying this is the new era of investing where times have changed and things like social media and the internet have taken over they think now,

Kathy wood is the new top investor however I'll say this never write off warren Buffett and his company Berkshire Hathaway don't forget do your history homework they said the same thing about Buffett

and his company back in the late 90s they said it's the dot-com era now and value investing stocks like Berkshire is not the way of the future then what happened Berkshire grew to be one of the biggest

companies in the world it's now valued at over 500 billion dollars.

if you want to buy a piece of this great company its price is just under 220 dollars per share also another thing to remember is that Buffett's company thrives generally through the tougher times.

you know Buffett he's a more conservative investor so maybe he hasn't done as well as high growth investors have during this bull market but I think over the next 10 years Berkshire will be in a market where they thrive Buffett's certainly done this numerous times in the past and his value investing strategy over time beats the market.

2- Upwork

this is a company that I really like over the next 5 10 15 years time especially with the unique economy that we're in you see Upwork is a place where businesses go to hire online and people go to work online now think about it how many jobs can now be done simply

through the internet a lot of careers these days you don't need to go to an office 9-5 no you can just do it from home and we've seen this especially with the lockdown and the number of people who can do their work simply through a computer, now Upwork is a company that is dramatically benefiting from this change they're the ones you go to if you're looking for a job online and they get a certain cut of the revenue this is why I could see upwork being a lot bigger company than it is today in the future upwork sells for pretty much 15 a share their market cap is 1.8 billion dollars, so they're nowhere near the size of those big tech giants but they do have the

the potential of being one in the future so there's a high potential reward.

3 _ Alibaba stock

now I've been studying china a fair amount recently and you can't deny they're a fast-growing country when it comes to economics

and business ray Dalio he's noticed the exact same pattern as me

in fact, he went as far as writing an article titled the new world order where China becomes the global superpower now whether china becomes the global superpower okay there's something to be debated back and forth but nevertheless I want a piece of china's growth and we can all do this through owning Chinese stocks.

one of my favorite stocks in china goes by the name of Alibaba.

they obviously own the largest e-commerce business in china and Asia ,they own Taobao and t mall which is e-commerce based directly in china but they also own lazada which dominates throughout Asia and they own aliexpress ,which is their worldwide platform so in a way they're kind of like the amazon of china but people forget there are a lot more than this Alibaba is rated the fifth largest artificial intelligence company they own Alipay; which is kind of like china's version of PayPal they own youtudo which is similar to china's version of youtube along with this they own a bunch more.

well we don't have the time to mention them all so they're a well-diversified business spread throughout china, at the moment they're selling for 278 dollars per share i bought in just under 200,

but even at this current price i still think they're a buy they've got a lot more potential for growth as china grows as a country.

4 _ Pepsico 

 one of the type of companies I look for in these particular market conditions is reliable ones stable one's ones with strong business models, Pepsico I believe fits that criteria you see Pepsico they

own more than just the brand Pepsi they own multiple billion-dollar brands, we're talking the likes of Doritos lays Cheetos Gatorade these are big brands that PepsiCo owns that diversifies them across the food in the average niche now even if let's say the market was to

crash people consumers still need to eat and drink it's highly likely that they're going to continue to keep buying the brands that PepsiCo owns,

The stock goes for 135 dollars per share currently and the nice thing about them is they pay a three percent dividend yield which by the way that dividend is pretty trustworthy now they've increased it for 48 consecutive years in a row, it didn't matter what the stock market was doing.

5 _ Slack stock

The next stock that I'm going to show, you have a lot of potential

but it's also risky so the stock, I'm talking about is slack now slack is a company that has developed a new form of online communication it's predominantly for workplace communication and I gotta say it's a lot better than email now if you think about it email's getting old

it's almost 50 years old, and it's not the easiest form of communication let's be honest slack is looking to replace email and

they're doing a pretty good job at it there are over 750 000 companies that use slack and it's fast-growing paid customers in

the first quarter of this year went up 122 000 which has increased 28 from the previous year's quarter now the thing, I like to say about this stock is high risk but the potential reward is massive.

you know one of the great modern-day investors last year Chalmette

parliamentary,said that he only likes two enterprise companies zoom and slack so he said that in 2019 now we all know what happened to zoom this year, it's now known worldwide and slack also has the same potential so slack stock comes under the ticker symbol work

and they're not expensive at all they're 25 a share right now down from their all-time high of 35 as you can see their market cap is 14.5

billion, currently now their CEO thinks they have the potential to be as big as Microsoft if they can achieve this goal they can go up by over a hundred times okay that's a lot of profit and this is what, I'm talking about when? I say you know it's risky but there's a high potential reward.

6_ SPDR GoldTrust

This is a stock that I bought a while back and I still like it to this day

and when I say a stock I mean an ETF it goes under the ticker symbol gold and basically what gold is it's a trust that tracks the price of gold through owning over 24 000 ounces, of gold in its

custody by the way ray Dalio he owns the same ETF as, well now as I said at we're in volatile times and there's no question about it one asset that I do not mind owning at all during volatile times is gold is known worldwide as a symbol of safety and a symbol of wealth as Robert Kiyosaki said commodities such as gold and silver have a worldwide market that transcends national borders politics religions and race, I personally use this investment as a way of tightening up my portfolio if stocks crash if things go bad, I'm still holding gold which is known to do well when everyone's panicking at the moment you can buy into this gold trust at just over 180 per share and as you can see it's done quite well during this volatile year stocks have gone nowhere but gold has gone up.

7 _ The Kruger Company

We started with buffets, so we'll end up with Berkshire Hathaway of Buffett Warren Buffett buying the Kroger stock.
Okay, but during the last quarter
Buffett made 22 stock moves, only five of which were stock purchases now, and one of those purchases was Kruger stock, which is my favorite.
Of the five that Kroger buys now, it is the largest in the US at least by revenue now, and I would consider one reasonably safe in this current market because people still need to eat even in a recession. Not so bad right now, at $ 32 a share in the buffer bought at a time when it was selling at around 30 marks, they are also paying a decent dividend of 2.2 percent and the price-to-price ratio is much lower than most stocks, in this market it's Only 12.3, so I'm sure I'll get a lot of people ordering me Cooper very volatile in the stock market now.
I am very cautious about buying any stocks, and this approach is okay unless you end up waiting for the market to crash and stop the volatility, you might wait five or ten years.
This is why I think a good approach is to pick a few stocks that offer value like Buffett because you have to remember that there is always opportunity in every market you have.

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