3 Stocks I Would Buy Again Even If I Restart My Portfolio

As the co-founder of Kaya Plus, I am blessed to have the opportunity to share my opinions and analysis not only via our official channels and profile but also as guest speakers of events.

Naturally, that means I do own and manage my own stocks. There are great companies, and there are also not so good ones. Investing is a continuous journey of learning. It takes time to realize investment mistakes, and also time to see great companies flourish.

One key lesson that I realize, is that you do not really need to dig deep to find the very best investments. As I write this month’s premium article, one book that stays on my bedside serves as a key reminder of my key reminder of the month of July – Common Stocks Uncommon Profits.

Amazon.com: Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits and Other Writings (Wiley  Investment Classics) eBook: Fisher, Philip A., Fisher, Kenneth L.: Kindle  Store
Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits by Philip A. Fisher

So, with that said, here are 3 common companies that I will still buy at today’s price even if I were to restart my portfolio.

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