As much as I like both, those are not buy-and-forget-it stocks.
My opinion: Long term holds may not be in individual stocks for good returns. Best thing is an S&P 500 index fund and total bond fund, IMO. A sector I think is under the radar is the water and water treatment sector. I truly believe water will be a valuable commodity in the not-so-distant future. Global over-population, pollution, climate change, etc.. all effect drinkable water supply. PHI and PHO are good ETFs for this.
XOM for me.
I have some MPC too but may look at PSX for refiners.
The market seems to be taking a lot of stocks down. Under $13 and I will buy more. Hoping that doesn't happen though.
For what it is worth:
"Opko has a bounty of catalysts within arm's reach that could provide an almost immediate boost to its bottom-line and stock price. The Food and Drug Administration's PDUFA decision date on rolapitant for chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting is less than a month away – rolapitant could deliver peak annual sales of $300 million to $500 million – and before the end of March 2016 we should have an answer from the FDA on rayaldee as a treatment for secondary hyperparathyroidism in patients with stage 3 or 4 chronic kidney disease. Rayaldee could generate north of a half-billion in peak annual sales. Coupled with its acquisitions, Opko's revenue growth could accelerate quickly."
Just have to Flag - Ignore them and they show up as a greyed-out message under all/few of, the intelligent ones.
I get about 8 decent posts each day and the rest below that are grey-out out. :)