Real-Money Stock Picks

Real-money stock picks from some of The Motley Fool's most popular analysts.

Alyce Lomax
Alyce Lomax

Socially responsible investing; strong corporate governance.

Anand Chokkavelu
Anand Chokkavelu

Banking and beyond; stresses simplicity.

Joe Tenebruso
Joe Tenebruso

Tier 1 Investments: Join us as we seek out and invest in the world's elite businesses.

Taylor Muckerman
Taylor Muckerman

Energized investments with a bit of undervalued diversification.

Real-Money Stock Picks Performance (Total Portfolio Returns as of 5/21/15 market close)

  1. Joe Tenebruso: 126.57% vs. S&P 500 return of 91.63% (+34.93%)
  2. Alyce Lomax: 83.21% vs. S&P 500 return of 98.28% (-15.08%)
  3. Anand Chokkavelu: 57.08% vs. S&P 500 return of 98.28% (-41.20%)
  4. Taylor Muckerman: 1.30% vs. S&P 500 return of 40.60% (-39.30%)

Inactive Portfolios: Real-Money Stock Picks Alums

Alex Pape
Alex Pape

Young Gun Portfolio: Opportunistic to the bone.

Andrew Tonner
Andrew Tonner

Defensive value investing -- cheap stocks to beat an up or down market.

Bryan Hinmon
Bryan Hinmon

Unknown, unloved unattractive investments made understandable.

Bryan White
Bryan White

Value and growth stocks at a good price.

Dan Dzombak
Dan Dzombak

Make money; don't lose money.

David Meier and John Reeves
David M. & John R.

Unapologetically looking for multibaggers.

Eric Bleeker
Eric Bleeker

Scouring the tech world.

Jason Moser
Jason Moser

Motley portfolio; stocks that make money.

Jeremy Myers
Jeremy Myers

Real estate investing for capital appreciation, income generation, and inflation protection.

Jim Mueller
Jim Mueller

Take advantage of nonsensical expectations.

Jim Royal
Jim Royal

Spinoffs, recaps, and special situations a-go-go.

Jordan DiPietro
Jordan DiPietro

Macro-oriented, global; special circumstance value plays.

Matt Koppenheffer
Matt Koppenheffer

Going beyond the headlines to find the best financial-sector investments.

Michael Olsen
Michael Olsen

Not your mother's value stocks: Really cheap stocks.

Nathan Parmelee
Nathan Parmelee

The global melting pot -– a global mix of growth, value, income, and the occasional special situation.

Paul Chi and Matt Argersinger
Paul C. & Matt A.

Outsized rewards with reasonable risks.

Rex Moore
Rex Moore

Screening for a diversified portfolio.

International growth.