Multibagger Stocks + Value Pick Stocks are the best stocks to buy for wealth buildingBROWSE OUR PERFORMANCE
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Best Stocks to buy for next 10 years and even to hold forever
Best stocks (shares) to invest in for long term
Best shares (Stocks) to buy are long term investment in recommendations both Multibagger (growth) package and Value Stocks package. Companies pass through different life stages and accordingly we have diversified our packages. Investment is made in companies in high growth stage for multibagger returns and in Value Pick Stocks we recommend companies that are well-established in their industry and may be in in stable growth stage.
You can understand the difference between all three with simple example. Value Pick Stocks are like Cash Cows (will keep giving milk in form of dividends and will also grow your wealth). Multiabgger Stocks are like Horses they increase wealth with Horse Speed even if you fall down from horse you have the chance to get up and ride it again. Riding Penny Stocks is like Riding Cheetah, they will run like cheetah in bull run but if correction sets in, and stock enters in pump and dump, you will fall down then you can not ride it again, it will eat your wealth. Though Cheeah can eat you straight way but Cows and horses cannot give returns like cheetah. So fix up your Risk - Rturn profile then invest in stock market.
We always prefer our clients to invest in both Multibagger as well as Value Pick Stock in different ratios considering their risk return profile.
Growth + Value Stocks = (High returns + Reduced Risk)
1. It diversifies capital in high growth and well established companies .
2. Dual benefit of capital appreciation and dividend yield.
10% off is provided if both the Stocks Subscribed together
"So instead of investing in any single category of Stock, investment in both is recommended to enjoy the returns in different phases of market. As all stocks don’t rise together, sometimes small cap stocks gives good returns and in some phase large cap stocks over performs market."