Hot Aussie stock picker reveals four ASX plays you should add to your portfolio
The hardest thing for any would-be investor is knowing where to start.
The market can fast become a minefield if you’re not sure what you’re doing. Knowing ‘what’ stocks to buy and ‘when’ is no easy task.
There are over 2,000 stocks on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). It’s near-impossible to sift through all those stocks on your own.
On any given day a bunch will rise…while others will fall. Obviously, you want to invest in stocks that have the best shot of rising steadily over the longer term.
But how do you know which stocks are set to climb higher for the foreseeable future?
In a brand-new Money Morning report titled ‘The Four Best ASX Stocks for 2019’, top Aussie stock picker Sam Volkering reveals four Aussie stocks he believes could be top performers in 2019, 2020 and beyond.
But how can you be sure Sam’s onto a bunch of winners…and not a pack of fast-sinking, no-hopers that’ll go nowhere?
Well, over the last 18 months alone, Sam’s scored his readers multiple three and four-digit gains. Bottom line, Sam knows how to ‘sniff out’ some of the best performing stocks on the ASX.
If he’s right, 2019 could be just as profitable. No matter what direction the broader market steers.
Download Sam’s new report now and you’ll discover:
- Watch this ‘fast fashion’ screamer light a fire under your portfolio: You’d be forgiven for thinking the Aussie retail landscape is a wasteland. In the last 12 months alone, we’ve seen retailers like Toys “R” Us, Shoes of Prey and Oroton bite the dust. Many more are on life support. But there still some bright sparks amongst the retail zombies. This small-cap retailer is one of them. A planned move into Asia could see shares skyrocket in 2019.
- This 5G ‘mechanic’ is already making big waves on the ASX…but wait until you see what’s coming next year: Australia’s communication network is set for a massive upgrade. In 2019, you’ll be plugged into the new 5G network that’s about to supersede 4G. And that means fast internet. Up to 20 times faster. You’ll be able to download a season of Game of Thrones in seconds! And this ASX-listed play could have a massive hand in the 5G upgrade works. Definitely one to keep your eye on, according to Sam. He reveals the stock’s name in your special report.
- Why ‘Wesfarmers 2.0’ could make you a mint inside the next 12 months: Wesfarmers is one of Australia’s big success stories (even after the ill-fated Bunnings expansion into the UK). The conglomerate is the owner of Coles, Kmart, Bunnings, Target, Officeworks…and more. And it’s got interests in sectors like energy, industrial safety…and fertilizers. Over the last three decades shares have soared a huge 2,282%. And if Sam’s analysis is right, ‘Wesfarmers 2.0’ could be just as financially rewarding (assuming you grab shares before they take off).
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