What are the best high yielding stocks of 2012?

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June 17, 2019 / By Brendan
Question: I am researching the most rewarding stocks of 2012. Also, if anyone know the most and quickest high yielding stocks which would benefit a day trader, that too would be great! If anyone know of the most volatile stocks that is also appreciated. Thanks for the heads up!
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Affton Affton | 3 days ago
A day trader is always looking for volatile stocks to trade, but I don't know how high yielding stocks enter into that picture. That said, here you go: http://www.wallstreetdaily.com/wallstree... http://seekingalpha.com/article/315778-a... http://www.bespokeinvest.com/thinkbig/20... http://seekingalpha.com/article/264251-s-p-1500-most-volatile-stocks
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Affton Originally Answered: Investing in stocks - let it sit?
One of the most important rules in investing is diversify your portfolio. You're putting all your nest egg into one company... Very risky. And how do you KNOW that it will go up? Many people who invested in ENRON and/or tech startups during the tech boom said they just KNOW the stock will go up. So, do some research, pick about 10 to 20 companies that have solid finances (you'll have to know some accounting stuff to do this - You must know how to at least read income statement, and statement of cash flow) and a good business model. With your $500, you can't really diversify. I suggest you save up more money and educate yourself a little more about the individual companies you want to invest in and the market in general. Read newspapers such as Financial Times and Wall Street Journal.

Sue Sue
That's a good question. Stocks that I would really recommend right now are Johnson and Johnson and Microsoft. They seem to be doing amazing despite the market. Both companies are giving out decent dividends and have respectable Price to Earning ratios. They are really controlling debt and keeping their margins good aka when revenue reduces so do expenses. I would also keep an eye on Apple. If they shoot up soon, they are going to be reaching the moon in terms of rewards for investors. It's kind of a risk right now but I wouldn't count them out. I doubt the iPhone will be becoming unpopular anytime soon :)
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Sue Originally Answered: I have a Question about stocks?
Go to Yahoo Finance. The site is incredibly easy to navigate. Find the symbol for whatever publically traded stock you have. Yahoo finance will give your the quote for one share of stock. Multiply that number by the number of shares. Easy? In the instant case, go to http://finance.aol.com/quotes/motorola-i... MOT sold for 7.58 a share.
Sue Originally Answered: I have a Question about stocks?
If the 90,000 shares is all Motorola stock it's worth around $682,200 - if that's his retirement savings, it's decent but not a huge amount, and it would be good to not have it all in one stock..

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