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Bert's 5 'Always Buy' Stocks

Posted by D4L | Saturday, October 03, 2015 | | 0 comments »

The first question on my mind was "where do I even start?" Should I look exclusively at stocks I currently own or should I search for new stocks? Should I set a minimum yield? You get the picture. Here were some of the requirements I used to screen stocks for this list. These requirements didn't narrow my pool down to just five stocks since there are a lot of companies that meet the criteria listed below; however, based on the list below (which contains two of the three metrics from our stock screener), I know that my selection of five stocks will come from a strong pool of companies that have both a history and are well positioned to pay a growing dividend for a long period of time. Once the pool has been set, I will select five stocks that I believe best fit my portfolio.

Now it is time for the fun part. As I mentioned earlier, the process above identified a lot of great companies. Trust me, I wish I had the capital to invest in every company that meets the criteria above, For now, I will settle for selecting five stocks that I would realistically purchase with my capital in the event the stock market takes another sudden downturn. My list is as follows: 3M Company (NYSE:MMM), Emerson Electric (NYSE:EMR), Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), Pepsi (NYSE:PEP) and Target (NYSE:TGT).

Source: Seeking Alpha

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