How I Picked 7 Of The 10 Best Performing Stocks Of the 2010s, Part 1
I recently ran across a list of the 10 best performing stocks of the 2010s. Here they are:
Turns out that I invested in 7 of those 10. I didn’t get Domino’s, MarketAxess, or Exact Sciences but got all the rest. My clients also profited hugely by my recommending those 7 stocks.
How did I pick them? How did I create such an incredible track record?
The key is to only focus on what actually moves stock prices. So many people focus on things that don’t matter. So they are chasing stocks that won’t go higher.
Another big problem with most people is that they want to be smart not make money. So they look for cheap stocks rather than focus on stocks that can make them money right now.
The most important thing that affects stock prices is earnings growth. Period. Strong earnings growth leads to strong stock prices.
So my first step is to find stocks that are growing earnings rapidly. Now this is just step 1.
Stocks can go up with slow earnings growth but then you are fighting the market. Better to make money the easy way. Start by looking for stocks that are growing earnings rapidly right now, not hoping for an increase in the future.
All of the stocks in the list above grew earnings at a very rapid pace.
Here’s how I can help you learn the exact rules for finding stocks like the ones that were top performers for the 2010s: