147: Checking Performance Data to Identify Winning Stocks

LindaPodcast1Learn how to analyze stock performance by checking the 1, 5, and 10 year performance numbers.

Research is from FORTUNE, June 15, 2016.

Too often investors pick a stock that has only done well for one year.

Look at the longer-term, especially 3 and 5 year numbers or 5 and 10 year numbers.

I’m sharing numbers from 2015, but my point is to get you to think differently.

What companies have done well for one year? 5 years? 10 years?

What stocks have had excellent performance for 10 years?

Do other research, but these companies should be looked at and considered if you’re investing
in individual stocks.

The performance is all double digit.

I will share the chart on my website show notes for podcast #147 so I can upload a photo of
the chart.

Fortune Stock Chart

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