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30 years is a very long time indeed. In that amount of time things can change a great deal. 30 years ago Digital Equipment was considered a great stock to own. Now it is gone. The best investment in my mind for the 30 year time frame would be a mutual fund. Over the long term small cap mutual funds have out performed large cap mutual funds so a small cap fund would if history is any indication be a good long term investment assuming the economy does not go into the crapper. That is not beyond the realm of possibility. It is well on its way. There are some small cap index funds available to you. With only $500 to invest they are worth considering. IWM would be one to possibly consider. Another possibility would be VT. It is a world stock index fund. Invests in stocks all over the world but 40% of its holdings are in the US. That might change drastically though in the future. Again 30 years is a long time. IWM has outperformed Beaumont but it may not in the future.
If anybody knew the answer to that, everyone would be rich. If you like to buy and hold, find something long term such as ETF covering an economically growing country or stock in a company that looks like it will grow when you plan on selling. Here is a tip. there are 76 million baby boomers which will have hit 65 by 2029. One in four will need nursing care. In 2015, they will get from the government $2 trillion from Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. Get a concept on what those people will be doing in their golden years and invest in that.
Best to invest in the whole market, and not just one stock. VTI for example, tracks the entire market at rock bottom expenses. Over time, individual stocks tend to revert back to the mean of the market, so why on earth take a chance with one stock when you can get the same returns owning 6000 through one ETF?
No one would even pretend to be able to predict the return on a specific stock for 30 years into the future. You'd be better off with a good no-load mutual fund - for diversification.
If all you have is $500 it sounds like you need it around short term IMO I think your more of a short term muni-bond or something along those lines with a decent short term return with a solid guarantee That small dollar amount leads me to believe your underfunding your savings/liquid cash on hand - could be wrong but - sounds like it - Linkedin IPO would have been nice lol - still for sale
If you will hold the stocks for 30 years, then consider the stocks like coca cola, johnson&johnson, which have been recommended by Buffett
Try this: With diversified portfolio, and small lots settings. You can join here I suggest you open a DEMO account at first for testing purposes. I don't mind answering your email questions.