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next. Although predictive analysis is not always
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Just published - 25 May 2018's newsletter.
Next newsletter will be published 9 Jun 18.
2 Jun 18 - How the Jobs report affects our
economy. Microsoft and Walt Disney are good
buys. Read more this week.
Education for our readers: We discuss how to
read financial reports. (see Current News)
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Steven asked the question: Is growth or income stocks better for the long run?
Answer: Both can be, depends on how the stock performs over that time. The real question you want to look at is
what do you want out of your portfolio, and how can you maximize your growth potential.
What you want is to put together a portfolio that can grow over time and increase the size of your portfolio. My goal
is 10% or better return each year. If you want to invest yourself, read and study about how to build a portfolio with
a variety of stocks, and bonds and other investment tools. A professional can assist. Mutual funds have a
professional money manager running the fund so that is a good place to start.