When the market gets tough, the tough go bargain hunting.
Well-chosen small-cap companies can often provide better returns than their larger counterparts.
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Despite the healthcare industry's reputation as being recession-resistant, sometimes the market offers up potential bargains in the industry anyway.
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.
Even retirees will likely need to own stocks as part of their investments. These three dividend payers are good candidates.
These three companies give investors a place to look for income even as interest rates fall.
If a company can grow fast enough for long enough, it can provide its owners tremendous returns.
It takes a few decades for compounding to work its wealth-building magic.
It's a shorthand estimate to help you figure out how long it will take your invested cash to double.
It largely depends on how much you can invest each month and what rate of return you earn.
It's often possible to find great investments with "Goldilocks"-sized companies that aren't too large or too small.
Sometimes the market has a great reason for knocking down a company's stock price. Other times it knocks it down too far, and enterprising investors can find opportunities.
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Warren Buffett's favorite holding period is forever. Two decades may not be forever, but it certainly requires a long-term focus.
Avoid the siren song of cheap prices by focusing on shares of businesses with legitimate potential.
Chances are you know more of them than you think you do.
If you're interested in making money in the market, you could do far worse than to seek out the types of companies that the world's greatest living investor likes to buy.