Thursday, August 20, 2020

CAPWIZ INVESTMENTS

This article will examine individual companies targeted by the investment strategy used by my website capitalistwizard.com. When buying equities, I try and maintain a diversified portfolio. In this way my assets are spread out into all aspects of the economy. The purpose of this article is to review certain categories of industries I am now invested in. I will now focus mainly on entertainment, lodging, and restaurants. 

All the stocks in this industry category are recent investments. The large hospitality company Hilton Worldwide(HLT) has many brands that include Waldorf Astoria, Hilton, DoubleTree, and Embassy Suites. I have bought and sold stock in this company for a quick profit. The current slump in the economy is affecting the value of the two investments listed below. Yum! Brands(YUM) is a company that owns fast food chains which include KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell. Dolby Laboratories Inc(DLB) develops sound technologies used in movie soundtracks, DVDs, television, broadcasts, video games, and personal computers. Dolby has made its Transcode API available. This conversion tool makes it easy to create high-quality media over the web. 

I will continue to provide updates on these stocks into the future up to the point of sale. The next article I write describing individual stocks will cover industries in a different category. Over time I will cover all the individual equities I own. And I will also provide updates charting the progress of these individual equities. I provide the ticket symbol for every equity I mention. In this way you can check the individual stock on a financial website. You can also go to my website capitalistwizard.com and look the stock up in the portfolio section. The purpose of these articles is to convey the progress of each individual stock. In doing this I hope to convey the importance of maintaining a consistent investment strategy. I don’t just sell out of reaction to bad news in the market. My strategy aims to hold on to stocks for the long-term investment.

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