The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2020

The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2020

Posted by jack_miller | Published a year ago

With 35 ratings

By: Scott Bobo

Purchased At: $16.99

The 2020 edition of the 100 Best Stocks series picks the top stocks for you to buy based on authors Peter Sander and Scott Bobo’s value-investing philosophy, the same philosophy followed by Warren Buffett.

Even though the economy is in constant flux, there are still plenty of opportunities for smart investors to make a profit. The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2020 demonstrates how to protect your money with stock picks that have consistently performed.

In their easy-to-understand and highly practical language, authors Peter Sander and Scott Bobo clearly explain their value-investing philosophy, as well as offer low-volatility investing tips and advice to finding stocks that consistently perform and pay dividends. The 100 Best Stocks to Buy in 2020 is an essential guidebook for anyone looking to invest in today’s market providing a proven source of solid, dependable advice you can take to the bank.
I'm deeply disappointed that they've gutted this book series.

Gone are all the charts at the beginning that highlighted certain segments of the market. Gone is all the analysis at the beginning of the book that helped contextualize all their picks. Gone is all the explanations for why they picked 17 new stocks this year.

And most importantly, they don't say how their picks matched up to the success of the S&P 500 last year, which was the benchmark they measured themselves against every single year. With the intellectual dishonesty of refusing to compare their picks to the broader index, it reinforces that they are very poor stock pickers, and I shouldn't spend my money on their book, because I'd earn more investing in an index.

This book has been reduced to a glorified blog post. I will never buy it again.

- eileen_mendoza

This franchise has gone downhill over the years. They are no longer comparing their performance to the S&P 500. Did they think we wouldn't notice? They likely underperformed the S&P this year, making this 3 years in a row - 2017, 2018, & 2019. They made a record 17 changes to their portfolio this year. Several stocks were dropped after only a year or two...I don't know what they were thinking with Tupperware. They also re-picked stocks they previously dropped. And, with most of the new picks they seem to just be chasing high-yield. I'm disappointment...

- karlie_gomez

Item was described as "brand new" showed up clearly well used and warn and practically destroyed...very disappointed in the seller, will never buy anything from them again

- elijah_davis

The authors guesses are as good as most. Although, they might like to rethink Boeing.

- everly_brooks

I was surprised that this issue of the book did not come with the annual table, comparison of these 100 stock portfolio in comparison to S&P500. They had it from last editions but don’t know why they didn’t reveal how their stock pick did against the market.

- mack_miller

My grandson is becoming a serious investor and tells me this book is well worth reading.

- adrianna_kelly

This is the fourth year, I am buying this book to be up to date. Nice summary, reference work.

- zayn_green

I look forward the 100 Best every year.

- holden_adams

Still a great book.
But where's the table you used last year to show which stocks were removed from the list?
2019's book was superb, very detailed!

- christopher_nguyen

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