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Investments in the NYSE for the Year 2012

Updated on September 16, 2011

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Predictions for 2012

I have written several hubs on investing and I shall offer a few stock tips for you. I will preface my recommendations by stating I believe you should be invested in the CBOE and the Volatility Index. It is election year which means it will be a bumping financial year and there are ways to capitalize off of market volatility plus we have Europe on the rope financially which may send European investors into buying the dollar. We may actually see the dollar increase in value since the majority of Europe will be backed by China's currency.

So make certain you are in the CBOE and in the Volatilty index as well as have a healthy cash reserve as those dollars will be worth more in the future.

Stock Tips

I believe in innovation and these stocks will provide jobs and innovation to our country. They also pay dividends and are at historical lows as exhibited in the charts.

General Electric

GE because our nationals ecurity is tied to this corporation. It has plenty of gold and it is dirt cheap. You can buy this stock for less then it would cost you to fill your gas tank.


I like Raytheon for a variety of reasons but one of them is their exposure to Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia has a tremendous amount of gold.

Rockwell Collins

I like rocets and i don't see them going away anytime too soon. So I like Rockwell Collins as a investment.

Northrup Grumman

My Grandmother worked for this country and I like it. It is government onwed and operated so I think it is a rather secure investment.

Curde at $80 a Barrel

Crude is up and i would hedge crude with Royal Dutch Shell American Depository Receipts.

BP and Libyia

I think the big winner out of the Libya war will be British Petroleum. So I think BP will be a winner down the road from the Libyan war.


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    • JT Walters profile image

      JT Walters 6 years ago from Florida

      So Trsmd,

      I guess that means it is not for me but the rel queation is are you going long in Oil contracts.

      My entire life I have been brought up in the finacial markets specifically trading commodities which is a game that takes a graet deal of nerve. So are you buying oil. I predicted it will break a 120 USD a barrel before the end of the year.


    • Trsmd profile image

      Trsmd 6 years ago from India

      I use Interactive Brokers. Very cheap, fast execution, access to markets around the world (stocks, bonds, options, futures, CFDs, forex, etc.) , but not newbie friendly.