Part 1: Slow Growers – The Only Six Types of Stocks

Part 1: Slow Growers – The Only Six Types of Stocks

There is nothing exciting about watching a green banana turn yellow, but it’s as close to a sure thing as possible. This group of stocks are similar to a green banana – they are the market version of a “sure thing.” If you are looking for retirement stocks to own that...
Part 2: Stalwarts – The Only Six Types of Stocks

Part 2: Stalwarts – The Only Six Types of Stocks

The S&P 500 has returned an annual return of roughly 7% since inception. This group of stocks historically return more than 10% per year, with much less risk. These businesses make so much money that shareholders receive bigger dividends every year, and the...
Part 3: Cyclicals – The Only Six Types of Stocks

Part 3: Cyclicals – The Only Six Types of Stocks

This is by far one of the most explosive groups of stocks. They swing from undervalued to overvalued and back to undervalued. By learning the cycles, enormous wealth can be generated. Peter Lynch — who generated 29% annually and is regarded as the top mutual fund...
Part 4: TurnArounds – The Only Six Types of Stocks

Part 4: TurnArounds – The Only Six Types of Stocks

Change is one of the hardest things to do, but in business, you can either change or become irrelevant. This group of companies do just that. Some businesses are involved in dynamic industries, which evolve constantly, and therefore if they don’t make continuing...
Part 5: Asset Plays – The Only Six Types of Stocks

Part 5: Asset Plays – The Only Six Types of Stocks

The stock market is nothing new, and some companies have been around for more than 150 years. You probably never thought about it, but they own assets that they bought back in the day for what are now exceptionally high prices. On the company books, the price of...