One of the most important things when investing in the stock market is to make sure you buy those shares, where if the economy collapses the next day, these companies will survive until it bounces back.
You do this by buying companies that offer products and services where millions of people MUST use every day; such as the companies you, your family, friends, businesses and the local and federal government send a check to each month such like the gas and electricity company.
We ALL must still drink water, so Aqua America, Inc. (WTR) is going to sell water to people in good or bad times, right?
We all must eat food, so farmers are going to have to grow crops and they will need to use fertilizer from companies such as Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. (POT)
No matter how bad things get, the freight trains such as CSX, inc (CSX) are going to move goods that people still need across the country.
Millions of people are still going to take medication that they need to stay alive each day.
People may not have enough food to eat, but they are going to pay their mobile phone bill; try taking a cell phone from the tens of millions of teenagers who, to them, the mobile phones are like lifelines.
Most importantly, make sure these companies pays at least a quarterly dividend, that has been increasing over the years.
If you buy the right stocks and the next day the stock market goes down 50%, you do not have to worry. As a matter of fact, you will now be getting more shares as your reinvested cash dividend will only buy you more shares because the stock prices are lower.
Buy The Right Stocks
In 1919 The Coca-Cola company first opened to the general public (going public) at $40 per share.
The very next year was one of the worst years in the history of the US stock markets, and Coca-Cola stock price went from $40 to $19–a drop of over 52 percent!!!
However, for the people who did not panic and sell off their shares, that one share which had cost only $40, if they or their families had just ignored the media and hold on to it and let all the dividends reinvested, that one $40 investment is now worth over $11 million USD today.
Yes, $40 is now worth over $11 million and coca cola is just one of the hundreds of dividends paying stocks that have done remarkably well over the years, don’t believe me? Just ask the second-richest person in the world, Warren Buffet, whose first investment at age 12 was none other than Coca-Cola.
In summary, doing a bit of research and buy the right stocks, really does not matter what the market does in the day to day short term.
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Fun Stock Market Question:
A bull is depicted as a Rising Stock Market, and a bear is as a Crashing/Correcting, right?
Now Do you know Why people are so frightened by a Bear Market
A bull may hurt or kill you, but a bear not only will kill you, but you will be his next meal …
It can take you 10, 20, 30 years or even a lifetime to build a very nice profitable stock portfolio, but making a bad mistake and selling off when the stock marketing his correcting can wipe you out for good, especially if you are foolish to use derivatives or margins…NEVER USE Margin unless you can stand to lose more than 100% of your all your money.
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