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  1. I was looking for the best performing STOCKS of the past 5 years…. but I couldn't find any thing on the subject…
    The thinking is: "….out of 10 stock that performed best in the past 5 years, PROBABLY, about 1/3 of them, or some anyways, will be "the best performing stocks of the past 10 years", 5 more years from now". You know what I mean? …just like now you can find loads of info on "the best performing stocks of the past 10 years."…, going back 10 years…., 5 YEARS IN THE FUTURE FROM NOW, who will be on that list? (on the best performing stocks of the decade list) You know what I'm trying to say?

  2. Points to consider for the future
    1) Europe wants to tax the revenues instead of profit for the large cap tech stocks

    2) VIE of Chinese companies. Maybe alright for short term but risky for long term hold

  3. Jeremy have you considered releasing the audio of your videos in podcast form? There's a real lack of stock market podcasts and I personally would love to be able to stick you in my ears while I'm busy doing things.
    Ps. If this motivates you to do I could take say 5% of profits from said podcast off your hands (ad revenue etc.) -money to put into my stocks of course (atm I have none, but as soon as I turn 18 in a week boom I'm goin in)

  4. Disagree on Tesla. Not sure why no one can see how they are on the cusp of a massive paradigm shift. And they are doing it right in starting with high margin segment and making the software to hardware ratio in cars favor software which is higher margin. They are going to have the highest margins in auto in a few years and everyone will be thinking "duh" in hindsight. The stock now is overvalued yes… but there will be a huge bubble in EV… look at NIO, up 70% today, 11B market cap, but has only sold 451 cars. Makes Tesla look like a bargin. Tesla will grow 70-80% per year for the next few years. I say ride the bubble up and exit before burst.

  5. Excellent video, Jeremy. Even though it was bittersweet for me, having sold both AAPL and FB at somewhat inopportune times. Granted, I got some great gains on both of them, but after watching your very thorough analysis, I can see how both of these might very well be superb 5-year stocks. I'm not so confident about BABA, but who knows?

  6. All tech stocks, especially ones that deal with information gathering and selling, have been pretty shaky for the past few weeks. If the gov does crack down on them with regulations, there’ll be a huge loss

  7. Man did I find this video too late… I feel for all the people saying how much they made before the crash and split. Profit is profit but hindsight can really hurt sometimes.

  8. You should try the forex (foreign exchange market) market, it is somewhat similar to stocks but instead you are making money by trading different currencies instead of stocks. It’s a 5.4-7.3 trillion dollar market.

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