Best stock picks for the 2020 crash

Every stock listed below in my opinion has good financials, dividend history, and huge potential to shoot back once the market recovers. Remember this market is a great time to find great stock at a very low price, but please do your own research! Never take any ones word for anything. These prices are current as of 22 March 2020. I am eager to look back at these picks and see what they look like a year from now. I currently own 4 out of the 7 but plan to own them all once I get my next paycheck.

STZ – Constellation Brands is a company who sells wine/spirits. Most popular brands are Corona, Modelo, Pacifico, and 14 Hands. Currently trading at $119.70 it used to trade around $200-$228. It pays its dividends quarterly and $.75 per share.

XOM – Exxon Mobile produces, transports, and sells crude oil and natural gas. Current share price is $32.69 and not that long ago it traded anywhere from $70-$92. Current dividend is quarterly and pays $.87 per share.

BA – Beoing is an aerospace firm that operates in commercial airplanes, defense, space, and security. At a low share price of $95.01 it used to trade anywhere from $315- $420. It pays out quarterly at $2.06 per share.

QCOM – Qualcom is a wireless technology company which has huge development in the upcoming 5G release. Currently $60.91 per share it used to trade around $80-$90. Dividend pays out quarterly at $.62 per share.

CCL – Carnival corporation is a cruise company that flourishes in times of leisure and travel. It used to trade anywhere from $42-$70 per share but currently sits at a low price of $12. Dividend pays quarterly at .$50 per share.

KO – Coca-Cola is a beverage company who owns, licenses, and markets quite a few non-alcoholic beverages. Trading at $38.30 while not that long ago it traded at $60. It pays quarterly at $.41 per share.

LOW – Lowe’s is a home improvement company who provides a large variety of products for maintenance, repair, remodeling, and decorating for your home. This stock used to trade t around $120 and currently sits at the low price of $66.36. Its dividend pays out quarterly at $.55 per share.

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