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Savvy investors realize that blue chip investments are companies that are better capitalized and positioned to succeed in the changing marketplace where "bricks and clicks" alike are required. Among the best of the best, companies chosen by Walden for the previous edition have led the market indicators: the average return of his top five picks was 30.4% compared to -7.2% for the Dow Jones Industrial Average over the same one-year period.
The 100 Best Stocks to Own in America goes far beyond impressive figures for one year. Since its first edition in 1989, Walden's guide to stocks poised for superior long-term growth has not let investors down. In fact, hundreds of thousands of investors have used this information to create powerful portfolios. Many buy each edition of the book to see how the lists of companies have changed over time. What hasn't changed are the rigorous criteria for inclusion: only the strongest companies make the grade. Companies are selected on the basis of: earnings growth, stock growth, dividend growth, dividend yield, consistency, shareholder perks.
Walden shares inside stories and insights about investing along with contact information, details about the company, and explanation of the results. Results are illustrated for each company in a table of points, at-a-glance results, and a bar chart of stock growth. Listings by industry and state make this book an easy-to-use reference.
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The completely revised and updated fifth edition of The 100 Best Stocks to Own in America offers financial analyst Gene Walden's choices for the stocks best poised for long-term growth. It is especially appropriate for small- and first-time investors. Each entry--including 24 new to this edition--is rated on 5-year earnings-per-share growth, 10-year stock growth, 3-year dividend yield, 5-year dividend growth, consistency of year-to-year earnings gains over a 10-year period, and shareholder perks. Brief profiles of each company include a fiscal snapshot and contact information.About the Author:
Gene Walden -- Gene Walden is a bestselling author and independent investment analyst who screens thousands of companies to come up with the lists that are included in his series of phenomenal bestsellers, collectively the 100 Best series.He has contributed to the Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, and the Dow Jones News Service, and is frequently featured in print, radio, TV, and online outlets as an investment analyst and commentator.
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