I manage a real-money investment portfolio of 30 stocks. That’s after trimming a couple of names in a rebalancing review over the holidays. All of the tickers in my portfolio today have earned their spot more than once, and I fully intend to hold them for the foreseeable future. A handful of these battle-tested tickers deserve the further distinction of being the unshakable pillars of my investing strategy in the long run, and it would be a big surprise if I found myself selling them before I retire — and long after that, even. This exclusive group will stay in my account forever, for all intents and purposes.
Here’s why Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is one of the six stocks I’ll never sell.