Chuck Saletta

Chuck Saletta


Chuck Saletta is a Motley Fool contributor. His investing style has been inspired by Benjamin Graham's Value Investing strategy.

Recent articles

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Here's How to Find the Best Dividend Stocks

It takes more than just a high yield to make a dividend stock worth owning.

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5 Reasons to Retire as Early as You Can

Once you have enough to comfortably cover your costs, why keep working?

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Once You've Won the Game, Quit Playing

The market will do what the market will do. Don’t think it’s your friend.

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Wall Street Has Given Up on These 3 Stocks, and That's a Huge Mistake

Value investing is all about being willing to buy solid companies when the market throws a sale.

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3 Stocks Warren Buffett Would Love

Buffett is a huge fan of strong cash generation at a reasonable price.

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3 International Companies Whose Products You’ll Soon Use

Canada, Belgium, and Israel have businesses that investors should keep an eye on.

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3 Dividend Investing Tips That Can Earn You Thousands

There are factors far more important than yield when it comes to picking good dividend-paying stocks.

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3 Top Value Stocks to Buy Right Now

When the market gets tough, the tough go bargain hunting.

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3 Top Small-Cap Stocks to Buy Right Now

Well-chosen small-cap companies can often provide better returns than their larger counterparts.

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3 Cancer Treatment Stocks to Buy Right Now

Cancer is one of the toughest diseases to fight, and these companies are playing a great role in helping people combat it.

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3 Stocks That Could Help You Send Your Kids to College

There are ways to cover the cost of an education without having to take it out of your salary.

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What Should I Do With My Crazy Student Loans?

Student loan debt is some of the toughest to deal with. Here's a path through it.

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3 Top Healthcare Stocks to Buy in August

Despite the healthcare industry's reputation as being recession-resistant, sometimes the market offers up potential bargains in the industry anyway.

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3 Top Biotech Stocks to Buy in August

In the high-risk world of biotech investing, there are no guarantees of success. Still, sometimes investors can find places where the odds look reasonable enough to consider buying shares.

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3 Dividend Stocks That Are Perfect for Retirement

Even retirees will likely need to own stocks as part of their investments. These three dividend payers are good candidates.

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3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in August

These three companies give investors a place to look for income even as interest rates fall.

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3 High-Growth Stocks That Could Soar

If a company can grow fast enough for long enough, it can provide its owners tremendous returns.

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3 Stocks to Buy and Hold for Decades

It takes a few decades for compounding to work its wealth-building magic.

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How the Rule of 72 Can Help You Get Rich

It's a shorthand estimate to help you figure out how long it will take your invested cash to double.

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How Long Does It Take to Become a Millionaire?

It largely depends on how much you can invest each month and what rate of return you earn.