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I think it's been mentioned there should be a financial/investment sticky but since it hasn't happened I am starting this one. There are a couple of other stock threads with questions, recommendations, etc. This thread is for stocks that have a potential for good growth including a few penny stocks. Opinions, advise, information is encouraged. Lets all be millionaires.

I have been doing a lot of reading since I have time that I never had before. My plan it to buy a small amount (< $2,000) and keep a close eye on them. This is what I did with DVAX stock that had great growth after I bought it. I am NOT recommending you buy any of these stocks so be sure to do your own research before you invest any money.

These stocks I think have a great possibility for significant growth but they may be considered risky stocks. From my research some of these stocks are under valued IMO. Sorry for the way they posted, I had the symbols and stock price separated in a table but it posted all close together.

I am not going to take the time to list out why I think they have great potential, all of that info is available online.

SYMBOL CLOSE PRICE 9/1/2017

SPLK $67.40000
SFL $13.05000
GWPH $104.99000
CSIQ $16.10000
SUP $14.70000
CHGG $13.82000
TEVA $15.90000
MYL $31.57000
SGMS $35.80000
EVRI $7.80000
CHK $3.76000
SVU $19.82000
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So this is your fund you bought? I'll go in for fun
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Originally Posted by wangotango321 View Post
So this is your fund you bought? I'll go in for fun
No these are individual stocks that I'm considering to buy. The fund that I bought is Vanguard Dodge & Cox fund.
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No these are individual stocks that I'm considering to buy. The fund that I bought is Vanguard Dodge & Cox fund.
interesting picks, Russ, let us know how they work out for ya .

Dodge & Cox is it's own fund by the way. You can buy it through Vanguard but it's not their fund per se.
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Originally Posted by Boataholic View Post
interesting pics, Russ, let us know how they work out for ya .

Dodge & Cox is it's own fund by the way. You can buy it through Vanguard but it's not their fund per se.
Thanks, I thought it was a Vanguard only fund. I'm going to talk to my wife about putting her IRA money into the fund because it has been performing so well.
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which dodge & cox did you do?

Stock Fund
Global Stock Fund
International Stock Fund
Balanced Fund
Income Fund
Global Bond Fund
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which dodge & cox did you do?

Stock Fund
Global Stock Fund
International Stock Fund
Balanced Fund
Income Fund
Global Bond Fund
Dodge & Cox Stock Fund (DODGX)
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Dodge & Cox Stock Fund (DODGX)
Fwiw. expenses of .52%/year. $250,000 with a 7% annualized return means ~$23,000 in fees over a 10 year period.
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It's been a great ride, but I am backing down on my risky equity positions with the exception of biotech and commodities, which have been beat down the past few years. Massive hurricanes and NK lobbing missiles all over and testing nukes have me worried.

That being said, if you really want to lose a bunch of money in a hurry, try getting into leveraged ETNs. I lost a bundle on UGAZ, doubled down and almost broke even, and now I'm down over 50% again. Things are looking better for this one with the price of energy going up, however.
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problem is the market is so high now, it may be worth waiting for a dip then put some in, then another dip and put more in. a lot of my finance buddies are now in cash waiting.
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Fwiw. expenses of .52%/year. $250,000 with a 7% annualized return means ~$23,000 in fees over a 10 year period.
Not for me, it's in a company 401K and they pay all of the fee's. However I wasn't aware of the fee's because I never needed to look at them. Thanks for the info.

Do you have any suggestions on a different fund? My wife needs to put her money into something with growth and we will be paying the fees on this.
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Originally Posted by RussH View Post
Not for me, it's in a company 401K and they pay all of the fee's. However I wasn't aware of the fee's because I never needed to look at them. Thanks for the info.

Do you have any suggestions on a different fund? My wife needs to put her money into something with growth and we will be paying the fees on this.

My comment about D&C, isn't necessarily bad. Just need to be informed. I believe DODGX has some foreign exposure that S&P based funds don't have, again not saying good or bad.
Some S&P funds have expense ratios of .08% those fees are ~$3,600 over ten years.

While your company may pay acquisition fees, I doubt they pay management fees charged by the fund itself. (Just based on the accounting required)

No recommendations on mutual funds.(Don't own any) However, you need to look at the fine print, in the case of DODGX, I believe the comparisons are with dividends and capital gains reinvested( not accounting for taxes owed outside retirement accounts) versus the S&P with dividends-not sure the dividends are reinvested.

This highlights the issue of trying to campare apples to apples.
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Drugs. Miami is ground zero for millionaire drug dealers. Second is federal prison.
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Thanks for carrying those prices out to 5 decimal points.....made the difference in whether I'ma buy em or not.

BTW, where are the penny stocks mixed in? I see an average price of around $20 on that list.
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Drugs. Miami is ground zero for millionaire drug dealers. Second is federal prison.
Huh? You post in the wrong thread?
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Huh? You post in the wrong thread?
He's looking for high hisk and excellent return....
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Originally Posted by RussH View Post
Not for me, it's in a company 401K and they pay all of the fee's. However I wasn't aware of the fee's because I never needed to look at them. Thanks for the info.

Do you have any suggestions on a different fund? My wife needs to put her money into something with growth and we will be paying the fees on this.
T. Rowe Price has many funds including a growth stock fund. Most are no load and have very low expense ratio. Safe and decent performance.
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re: Dodge and Cox. Not really fair comparing the expense ration of an actively traded fund vs an ETF. D&C's fees are low compared to other actively managed funds. When my parents died I put all of their estate in the D&C balanced fund for my disabled brother. They are deep value and over time do OK. If it were available at the time I would have used something like Betterment or Schwab Intelligent portfolios. I did not want to manage the funds myself because I did not want to be second guessed by other family members.

While mutual funds are far from perfect (most don't beat their benchmark) they have been shown to do better than the average individual who invests on their own. Individual investor behavior for the most part is terrible.
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Originally Posted by RussH View Post
I think it's been mentioned there should be a financial/investment sticky but since it hasn't happened I am starting this one. There are a couple of other stock threads with questions, recommendations, etc. This thread is for stocks that have a potential for good growth including a few penny stocks. Opinions, advise, information is encouraged. Lets all be millionaires.

I have been doing a lot of reading since I have time that I never had before. My plan it to buy a small amount (< $2,000) and keep a close eye on them. This is what I did with DVAX stock that had great growth after I bought it. I am NOT recommending you buy any of these stocks so be sure to do your own research before you invest any money.

These stocks I think have a great possibility for significant growth but they may be considered risky stocks. From my research some of these stocks are under valued IMO. Sorry for the way they posted, I had the symbols and stock price separated in a table but it posted all close together.

I am not going to take the time to list out why I think they have great potential, all of that info is available online.

SYMBOL CLOSE PRICE 9/1/2017

SPLK $67.40000
SFL $13.05000
GWPH $104.99000
CSIQ $16.10000
SUP $14.70000
CHGG $13.82000
TEVA $15.90000
MYL $31.57000
SGMS $35.80000
EVRI $7.80000
CHK $3.76000
SVU $19.82000
Rather than try to pick individual stocks to start with it may be best to first ID what trends are going to succeed and perhaps buying a few stocks for each theme. Check out Motif Investing for a way to see which stocks follow which thems. For example you have SPLK listed which is a big data analysis company. How do you know it is better then DATA which had a similar goal?

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