Investing with Giants: Tried and True Stocks that Have by Linda T. Mead

By Linda T. Mead

Making an investment With Giants takes us again to our making an investment roots and reminds us that making an investment calls for due diligence. Mead is helping the reader go back to a "think prior to you bounce" version of making an investment.

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With a 10% annual compounded growth rate, you can double your money every seven years (or quadruple it in 15 years). Rule 7: Invest on a regular basis and reinvest dividends. It doesn’t take a lot of money to make money. To begin investing today you can purchase as little as a single share of a stock. Through educational associations like NAIC and AAII (American Association of Individual Investors), and through companies like First Share you can purchase a single share of a company’s stock (you will pay the stock price at the time purchase is made plus a processing fee).

This mix of holdings also balances your portfolio’s risk (think of it as the “not putting all of your eggs in one basket” theory of investing). ” Based on such factors as your age, how long you have been investing, how nervous the market’s ups and downs make you, and so on, you must decide what portfolio mix of small, mid-cap, and largecap companies is best for you. 5 billion or more MAINTAINING YOUR PORTFOLIO Rule 6: Buy for the long term. We have all heard about day-traders, individuals who buy a stock one hour and sell it the next, seeking profit from any jump in price.

Here’s an example: I bought one share of Intel at $68 on May 22, 1996. 0006 shares. Each time a dividend was paid, this number of shares (or fraction) increased. So even if I never put another dime into buying another share, my holdings in that company would continue to grow through dividend reinvestment (and stock splits, if there are any). A SINGLE SHARE of a stock makes a great gift that can keep on giving. ” As an example, if you purchase a stock when the price is $10 a share, buy again when the price is $12, then again at $14, when you add these prices and divide by the number of times you invested (in this case three), you have paid an average price of $12 per share for the stock, even though it is already valued at $14.

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