In constructing his annual Perfect 10 Portfolio, the author of today’s article looks for inexpensive stocks – specifically, stocks that are selling for just 10 times company earnings. His Perfect 10 Portfolio from a year ago achieved a return of 43%, handily beating the S&P 500, and his first fifteen Perfect 10 Portfolios have achieved an average one-year total return of 20.9% (versus 9.5% for the S&P 500). For the ten stocks that make up his Perfect 10 Portfolio for the coming year, CLICK HERE.
Inside The New “Perfect 10 Portfolio”
- by Bob Mitchell
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