Investing Podcast – How to find investments (3 of 4)

In today’s podcast, Alex continues to answer a few emails on how to find investments by taking an approach using a stock screener. The screen uses descriptive, fundamental, and technical analysis to find top investments to review for your portfolio.
This is the third in a four part series on different techniques to find possible investments for your portfolio.

If you have questions or comments, please send an email into alex.richwagen@gmail.com, or visit the website alexrichwagen.com

Thanks!

Alex

Below are two screens we ran this week on Finviz.com –
www.finviz.com/screener.ashx?v=1…cksonly&ft=2&r=21
www.finviz.com/screener.ashx?v=1…cksonly&ft=2&r=21

Investing Podcast – How to find investments (2 of 4)

In today’s podcast, Alex will answer a few emails on how to find investments by taking an approach called breaking down an ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) that acts just like a mutual fund to find top investments in a basket.
This is the second in a four part series on different techniques to find possible investments for your portfolio.

If you have questions or comments, please send an email into alex.richwagen@gmail.com, or visit the website alexrichwagen.com

Thanks!

Alex

 

Investing Podcast – How to find investments (1 of 4)

In today’s podcast, Alex will answer a few emails on how to find investments by taking an approach called common sense investing. He will review as a consumer, how many companies you interact with on a daily basis, and how to translate that knowledge into investments. This is the first in a four part series on different techniques to find possible investments for your portfolio.

If you have questions or comments, please send an email into alex.richwagen@gmail.com, or visit the website alexrichwagen.com

Thanks!

Alex

 

Investing Podcast – Growth Stock ADNT

In today’s podcast, Alex will look at a company we found after analyzing Johnson Controls called Adient that was from a spin-off. It looks like a much better investment after Johnson Controls merged with Tyco because of the growth potential. Like usual, Alex will review:

Google Finance – high level analysis
Finviz – fundamental analysis
Investor Relations – Adient

Given the stock is a Dividend Reinvestment Plan, Alex’s niche, make sure to find it on Wells Fargo Investment Services.

If you have questions or comments, please send an email into alex.richwagen@gmail.com, or visit the website alexrichwagen.com

Thanks!

Alex

Podcast – Equifax & Cybersecurity stocks

In today’s podcast, Alex will look at how to adjust your portfolio because of the major cybersecurity breach that happened to Equifax.

The breach was one of the largest in history and will likely have a large impact on major companies as they beef up security. How do you adjust your portfolio? That’s what today’s show is all about.
During the show, he will review both an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) called HACK and why the companies within the ETF are better bets than the entire ETF. Companies include:
Symantec
Cisco
FireEye

Morningstar HACK link with holdings

As always, if you have questions, please send an email to alex.richwagen@gmail.com or visit alexrichwagen.com for further content like his book, Investing Should be Easy.

Thanks!

Alex

 

Podcast – Investing Should Be Easy – Episode 15 Stock Review NEE

If you are beginning investor, check out today’s show!

In today’s podcast, Alex will look under the hood at a defensive stock, NEE, that is an electric utility known as Next Era Energy. Listen to the show to find out why you should consider this for your portfolio as a possible low risk investment with some growth potential. During the show, he will go through his standard 3-step process to analyze the stock

1. Google Finance (high level)
2. Finviz.com (technicals & fundamental analysis)
3. NEE Investor Relations (future projects on the company)

The stock, NEE, can be found under the DRIP umbrella, Computershare.com to invest directly with the company at an affordable cost.

As always, if you have questions, please send an email to alex.richwagen@gmail.com or visit alexrichwagen.com for further content like his book, Investing Should be Easy.

Thanks!

Alex

Podcast – Investing Should Be Easy – Episode 14 with Aqua America

If you are beginning investor, check out today’s show!

In today’s podcast, Alex will look under the hood at a defensive stock, WTR, that is utility known as Aqua America. Listen to the show to find out why you should consider this for your portfolio as a possible low risk investment with some growth potential. During the show, he will go through his standard 3-step process to analyze the stock

1. Google Finance (high level)
2. Finviz.com (technicals & fundamental analysis)
3. WTR Investor Relations (future projects on the company)

The stock, WTR, can be found under the DRIP umbrella, Computershare.com to invest directly with the company at an affordable cost.

As always, if you have questions, please send an email to alex.richwagen@gmail.com or visit alexrichwagen.com for further content like his book, Investing Should be Easy.

Thanks!

Alex