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.

Jim Mueller
Jim Mueller

Take advantage of nonsensical expectations.

Jim Royal
Jim Royal

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

Joe Tenebruso
Joe Tenebruso

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

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.

Taylor Muckerman
Taylor Muckerman

Energized investments with a bit of undervalued diversification.

Real-Money Stock Picks Top 5 (Based on Total Portfolio Return as of 8/28/14 market close)

  1. Joe Tenebruso 98.15% vs. S&P 500 return of 76.92% (+21.23%)
  2. Jim Mueller: 86.98% vs. S&P 500 return of 83.06% (+3.92%)
  3. Jim Royal: 73.95% vs. S&P 500 return of 83.06% (-9.11%)
  4. Alyce Lomax: 65.14% vs. S&P 500 return of 83.06% (-17.92%)
  5. Michael Olsen: 51.14% vs. S&P 500 return of 83.06% (-31.92%)

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.

Jordan DiPietro
Jordan DiPietro

Macro-oriented, global; special circumstance value plays.

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.