Top Penny Stock of 2011 and Good Stocks for 2012


Ideas of Good Stocks To Buy For 2012

It’s a New Year and after a dismal 2011 for 99% of investors, it’s time to get greedy and focus on you for once. By blending old-fashioned value investing together with a top-shelf mixture of current events worldwide, history, and demographics, the 2012 mission is simple:

To give investors unadulterated, actionable, common sense penny stock and mid-cap stock recommendations that should outperform in any economic climate.

This will be done over the course of the next 12 months simply by focusing on hand-picked, growth-oriented companies that profit on robust, long-term macro trends, like…

The “New” American Baby Boom:

But it’s too tough a climate to make babies……tell that to the global population leaders per square foot in S.E. Asia or the 3 population leaders in India, China and Indonesia. You might think people have fewer babies during tough economic times but the fact is that the business of baby-making is recession-proof. The fact that you can’t afford to take the family out to the movies as often as before or the kids to Disney (World or Land for those of you who want to start an East Coast – West Coast thing) each summer, babies still need bottles, formula and diapers and kids will still outgrow clothes. For parents it simply means those birthday and Christmas presents are all the more important to get right.

My most recent Baby Boom play is up 32.15% since November 4, 2011 compared with a flat tire of a market.

Leapfrog Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: LF) closing price in the stock market December 30 was $5.59. LF was as high as $6.07a few weeks ago on December 21st. LF is trading 2.56% above its 50 day moving average and 36.49% above its 200 day moving average. LF is -9.55% below its 52-week high and 117.51% above its 52-week low. LF‘s PE ratio is 29.11 and its market cap is $368M .

Emerging Markets Lite:

My top Emerging Markets Lite investment right now has tallied 81.98% gains in a little over a year and boasts a 1.30% dividend yield. Best of all, it’s a company with a $3.02B market cap trading on the NYSE, a sign these profits are sustainable, and it’s still growing.

Nu Skin Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: NUS) closing price in the stock market December 30 was $48.57. NUS was as high as $51.67 on December 30th. NUS is trading 2.10% above its 50 day moving average and 13.41% above its 200 day moving average. NUS is -6.00% below its 52-week high and 76.62% above its 52-week low. NUS‘s PE ratio is 22.18 and its market cap is $3.02B .

Money Printing “Sin” Stocks:

In tough times like we’ve been experiencing, people don’t opt for the trips to Europe or Caribbean cruises. In tough times like these, people settle for a couple of beers on the porch rather than go out for dinner and a show. They stay at home with junk food and the remote control or a DVD. From alcohol to french fries to chocolate ice cream, small comforts can be big stress reducers.

Fact: Sin stocks are a profitable part of any portfolio. My top Sin Stock right now is up 50.65% since May 2010 and pays a “fat” dividend.

McDonald’s Corp. Common Stock (NYSE: MCD) closing price in the stock market December 30 was $100.33. MCD pays a dividend of 2.80%. MCD is trading 4.25% above its 50 day moving average and 11.90% above its 200 day moving average. MCD is -0.66% below its 52-week high and 39.08% above its 52-week low. MCD‘s PE ratio is 19.68 and its market cap is $102.66B .

All 3 of the above high-quality, income investments should continue to generate consistent returns in even the most stable of markets. We have a strong preference for income in our stock picking methods. Even if corporate executives tend to sometimes be a little less than honest in their reported earnings, dividends don’t lie. Dividends also have their way of compelling corporate managers to focus on their real job which is delivering a return to investors rather than squandering their energies on projects that often turn out to be nothing more than distractions.

Penny Stock picking is slightly different. Unlike many of our competitors who have 39 websites and send out a new pick every day from their warehouse of stocks which they received as compensation in the hopes of dumping them on unbeknownst investors, we do look for strong companies with a “true” growth plan. Don’t get us wrong, swing trading and momentum trading penny stocks can always be profitable while avoiding the dangerous pitfalls of holding the stock after market hours. When we screen for penny stocks, we want to make sure that they are companies that we would happily invest our own money into and hold even under the following unfortunate of circumstances:

In May of 2010, I bought stock in a company called OceanFreight, Inc. At the time, they traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol OCNF. That is no longer the case. A few days later, I crashed my 1999 Harley Davidson Fat Boy into a bus that ran a yellow-red light and spent 3 months in the hospital recovering. After my release, I spent the next 6 months learning how to walk correctly again and going through a number of surgeries to repair the damages sustained. Around April of this year when we decided to put together, OCNF had sustained numerous notifications from the SEC of possible delisting since the stock had not traded above the required $1 level for the required period under NASDAQ rules. When I finally got around to reviewing my portfolio, rumors were out that DryShips, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRYS) was going to buy out OceanFreight. Hence we can claim the following:

Top Penny Stock Alert of 2011OCNF 4,035.42%(May 27, 2010, $0.48 – July 26, 2011, $19.85)

These 3 stocks, together with the Gold and Solar stocks we have profiled recently will be good places to start researching for the best stocks to buy for 2012. Also, if you haven’t already subscribed, make sure you do because we are looking forward to making many of you millionaires this year in hopes you add us to your 2012 Christmas card list.

Happy New Year to All!!


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