Decent profitability, a reasonable price, earnings growth averaging at least 5% in the past five years, market value of at least $1 billion, and debt less than stockholders’ equity. These are the criteria that must be met for a stock to qualify for inclusion in the author of today’s article’s “Sane Portfolio” – “a middle-of-the-road, slightly conservative group of stocks” that he has compiled most years since 1999. For the 12 stocks that make up the most recent iteration of the Sane Portfolio – six returning stocks and six new inclusions – CLICK HERE.
Current Holdings Of The “Sane Portfolio”
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