Seasoned investors know that buying a company based on just where it’s located isn’t necessarily the best strategy.
But it’s the July 4 holiday week and we wanted to talk about some “All-American” companies, including what they do and how they’ve performed.
These are companies rooted in America. Some may be American, but they have expanded to have a global presence.
The companies we picked are all ones you know — whether because you know their products or you have looked at them for investment opportunities.
In this episode of The Bull & The Bear, host Matthew Clark talks with Money & Markets Chief Investment Strategist Adam O’Dell and contributor Charles Sizemore about three “All-American” stocks in particular.
They examine what each of these three companies does and how they’ve performed recently.
Even better: You’ll get some insight on what you should do with these three companies moving forward — if you are thinking about buying or already have them in your portfolio.
Here’s a hint: Depending on your investment strategy, not all big, “All-American” companies are ones you should invest in right now.
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