Investment Ideas For 2014
Hello dear Skwoozers! Here is a list of investment ideas for the year 2014.
It is important to note that this list represents only my personal choice and that it is in no way a recommendation to purchase any securities and/or assets mentioned.
Here we go!
Yes I know, Microsoft is supposed to be a dinosaur, but Microsoft is hot!
Microsoft “cloud” business (Azure and Office 365) showed a 100% year over year increase in sales. Add the AAA credit rating and a 3% dividend and we may have a winner.
Yes you read correctly! Under John Chen BlackBerry will no longer be a device company. It will be an enterprise software company. Mr. Chen’s first decision was to unload the unprofitable handset business to Foxconn. Therefore, the company does not carry any inventory risks anymore. It should be a winning strategy.
Apple, the magnificent! I expect that Apple will bring a few surprises in 2014. iWatch? iTV? iCar? Why not an iPayment solution? After all, Apple has already more than 500 million accounts via iTunes. Although very similar to Paypal, Apple has almost 4 times the amount of customers that Paypal has. What about iMedical? Apple could easily compete with General Electric in this market. To follow!
My favorite! Who does not like deals? The key strategy here is a focus on new mobile apps, a shift away from pounding consumers’ inboxes with several deals every day, and an expansion of its goods business. All of this should show interesting results.
What else for 2014?
I really like Amazing Fantasy #15. The first time Spiderman ever appeared in a comic book. While people are crazy about that book, don’t worry, you can find great graded copies for $15,000.
Anything made by Kenner in 1978-1979 for the Star Wars movie. The demand is huge for these Star Wars factory sealed toys.
Atari 2600 factory sealed games. Some are still undervalued in my view and some are not really expensive yet. I am thinking about Mario Bros, Donkey Kong and Spiderman.
While nothing here should be interpreted as purporting to be professional investment advice, hopefully these ideas will contribute to more creative investments.
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