According to Dividend Sensei, AbbVie is the Apple of the pharma world. Thanks to a powerful pipeline and great management it has the potential to return 700% over the next 10 years.
Trade wars are scaring investors away from China. Are fears of trade wars and distrust of the Chinese government worth missing out on the "Amazon of China?"
Apple is worth $1 Trillion, but is it actually worth more? Investing city thinks it could be. (Note: This interview was recorded prior to Apple's recent earnings and therefore market cap numbers will reflect older numbers. The valuation process and findings still hold true.)
If you could only invest in 5 stocks, which 5 would you pick? That was the question I challenged Dividend Sensei with. As expected, he did not disappoint.
Netflix is a high growth stock that can be hard to value. Victor shows us how best to value the company and why the stock is still a bargain.
The world is changing and the stock market is finally catching up. Kirk and Brian discuss where the dangers lie and where to look for opportunity.
Government Policy has played a huge role in 2018 including tax reform, regulation reform, and trade wars. Chris talks to Brian about how to make sense of it all and where to find opportunities.
Did you miss out on Netflix? iQIYI is often called the Netflix of China and some say this is a second chance at one of the greatest investments in the last decade.
Brad Thomas is a highly respect REIT analyst, in today's show he talks to Brian about why Tanger Factory Outlets is his favorite investment opportunity.
Bloomberg predicts electric vehicle sales will grow 54x by the year 2040. Brian and Matt discuss how we get there and how investors can capitalize.
iQIYI is often referred to as the "Netflix of China." Is that an accurate depiction and can they withstand the growing threat of Tencent?
3M has generated annual returns of 12.3% for 30 years and is expected to do the same for the next decade. Brian and Dividend Sensei discuss the greatness that is 3M.
Is the dividend offered by Philip Morris worth the risk? Revenues continue to fall as the yield continues to climb. Ian and Brian discuss the pros and cons.
Doug joins Brian to discuss recent predictions that gold would one day reach $50,000. Along the way, Doug shares why he thinks a major market event is awaiting us this fall.
Are there opportunities for investors as utility stocks face a downturn? Ray Merola joins Brian as they look for look for an answer.
Bram de Haas explores the odd valuation comparisons between Netflix and Disney. The market seems to be getting something really wrong, which company stands to benefit most?
Victor takes an honest look at the bull and bear case for Tesla and concludes the negativity around Tesla is extreme (just like the opportunity).
Ray Merola shares his bullish thesis for Energy Transfer and discusses how much their success rides on leader Kelcy Warren.
Apple has begun to follow Microsoft's lead in building out its services revenues to help diversify beyond iPhone.
Mark Hibben discusses how he thinks Apple is easily worth $240 before even factoring in expected future product releases.
Why AT&T is already near worst-case scenario prices and a clear buy for yield seekers.
Do you know the four core criteria that Warren Buffett uses to pick is stock opportunities?
Brian and David discuss them here.
Eric Parnell discusses recent events in Italy and what investors can expect going forward.
Andres Cardenal talks us through what makes NVIDIA such an amazing company for stockholders to love.
Adam Galas the "Dividend Sensei" tells us how to safely earn 12-15% per year with his all-time favorite high-yield dividend stock.