One of the most important traits investors must have is patience -- the patience to hold shares of great companies through good times and bad times, and even in the face of major market volatility. The companies in question are pharma giant Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) and fintech specialist Square (NYSE: SQ). Johnson & Johnson has been grabbing scores of headlines lately thanks to its effort to develop a vaccine for COVID-19.
There's a recent mania taking over the investing world, and it's called cryptocurrency. Since the domain name Bitcoin.com was registered in 2008, the world has seen Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) rise and fall, hitting just under $50,000 per token on Feb. 15, 2021. While many people are bullish on Bitcoin's prospects, many others feel it's just too risky for an average investor to hold in their portfolio.
Shares of Twitter have soared 121% since a bullish Barron’s cover story last summer. Now that investors are giving the company more credit, the stock looks fairly valued.