MY stock portfolioLast updated: 03.05.2021
A stock portfolio is a collection of stocks that you invest in with the hope of making a profit. By putting together a diverse portfolio that spans various sectors you’re able to become a more resilient investor. That’s because if one sector takes a hit, the investments you hold in other sectors aren’t necessarily affected.
What are typical stocks in a portfolio?
There are several types of stocks that you can invest in. They are categorized based on their risk, return on investment, and volatility. The stocks you choose will depend on your risk tolerance, investment style, and the quality of your research.
Growth stocks are stocks that are expected to climb in value quickly relative to the rest of the market. They’re a riskier investment because there’s always the possibility that they won’t grow and may even flounder. Startups are frequently growth stocks.
Income stocks, also known as value stocks, provide better dividends than other companies. A dividend is a percentage of a company’s profits that is paid to investors.
Cyclical stocks track the overall quality of the stock market. When the market does well, so do cyclical stocks; when the market does poorly, so do cyclical stocks. Examples include airlines, banks, and construction companies. They’re a riskier investment because the market is prone to short-term volatility, but if you purchase them at the right time then they will provide a favorable return.
Speculative stocks belong to fledgling companies with unknown futures. A startup is an example of a speculative stock. They are considered higher risk investments
MY stock portfolio
|1. Micron Technology(NASDAQ:MU) - $4 billion|
|2. Cummins (NYSE:CMI) - $39 billion|
|3. Five9 (NASDAQ:FIVN) - $10 billion|
|4. Qorvo (NASDAQ:QRVO) - $19 billion|
|5. Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (SPR),|
|6. General Motors Company (GM)|
|7. Zillow Group (NASDAQ:Z) (NASDAQ:ZG) - $31 billion|
|8. Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) - $41 billion|
|9. Applied Materials (NYSE:AMAT) - $104 billion|
|11. Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C) - $146 billion|
|12. Square (NYSE:SQ) - $98 billion|
|13. Sea Limited (NYSE:SE) - $102 billion|
|14. ON Semiconductor Corporation (NYSE:ON) - $16 billion|
|15. Snap Inc. (NASDAQ:SNAP) - $86 billion|
|16. Microsoft Corporation (NYSE:MSFT) - $7 T|
17. Ford Motor Company (F)
18. Bank of America Corporation (BAC)
19. Carnival Corporation & plc (CCL)