Chuck Carnevale is one of 25 Seeking Alpha Contributors participating in the 2017 DIY Investing Summit. In the summit, one of the questions I asked Chuck was what his top advice would be for DIY investors. Below is an excerpt from the interview and a summary of his response.
Chuck's top advice for DIY investors...
This is just a small excerpt of what's covered in the interview.
The interview is full of detailed tips on Chuck's core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.
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Full list of summit contributors:
Chris DeMuth, Bret Jensen, Rida Morwa, Brad Thomas, Eric Parnell, Ian Bezek, Richard Lejeune, Richard Berger, Aurelien Windenberger, Doug Eberhardt, Dividend Sensei, Ralph Baker, Lawrence Fuller, Double Dividend Stocks, Mark Bern, Mark Hibben, Dividend House, J Mintzmyer, William Koldus, Damon Verial, Avi Gilburt, Shailesh Kumar, Chuck Carnevale, Adam Aloisi, and Colorado Wealth Management
Join Chuck at the DIY Investor Summit (free for a limited time) where he shares detailed tips on his core investment strategies, top advice for DIY investors, and specific ways he's positioning for 2017.
Companies mentioned in J's interview: Blackberry (BBRY), Aflac (AFL), Mcrosoft (MSFT), Lockheed Martin (LMT), Church & Dwight (CHD), AbbVie (ABBV), Cardinal Health (CAH), Target (TGT), AT&T (T), Medtronic (MDT), PPG Industries (PPG), Franklin Resources (BEN), T Rowe Price (TROW), S&P 500 (SPY)
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