MMI is one just to tuck away for 5-years. They hire the best real estate people in the business. CBG and JLL are in the same sector, but MMI is growing much faster. I attribute this to having excellent leadership. John Kerin knows what he's doing and he works the best deals in the right markets. It's going to be volatile, but just hold on and you will be rewarded in the long run.
Selling as soon as stock turns negative is why Joe Investor does not make money. Think of it this way. Scenario A, you buy 100 shares of $50 stock. 6-months later, the stock is at $75 and you buy another $5,000 worth, or about 67 shares. 5-years later, the stock is worth $100/share and you have 167 shares, or $16.7k for a profit of $6.7k. Scenario B, you buy 100 shares of $50 stock. 6-months later, the stock is at $30 and you buy another $5,000 worth, or about 167 shares. 5-years later, the stock is at $100, but this time you have 267 shares, and a profit of $16,700. I've seen this time and time again. If you buy good companies, and keep buying good companies, you make money. Or, you could just sell your 100 shares after it drops 40% ($50 to $30) and lock in your $2,000 loss. The best money that I've made is by holding stocks for years. I'm sticking with that. Good luck.
Put CB on my list
this is your company
FL could drop like a rock...kids are moving to online retailers
drug does not help with proportions, so we might have people with long legs and tiny upper bodies, just like Obama