Bret Kenwell

Bret Kenwell is a freelance writer for TheStreet. He studied finance at Central Michigan University and seeks out companies that have the ability to generate above-average growth for many years. Ultimately, the goal is for those companies to become dividend paying titans, cementing their spot in one's portfolio with an incredibly low cost basis. Those picks and Bret's blog can be found at FutureBlueChips.com

 

Twitter: @BretKenwell

Recent Articles By The Author

Daimler, BMW Throw In $1 Billion to Battle With Uber, Lyft

Daimler, BMW Throw In $1 Billion to Battle With Uber, Lyft

Daimler and BMW are putting more than $1 billion to work on pushing automotive technology forward.

Kraft Heinz Stock's Massive Selloff Could Make It a Buy

Kraft Heinz Stock's Massive Selloff Could Make It a Buy

Kraft Heinz cut its dividend, missed earnings and revenue estimates and disclosed a federal subpoena. What should investors do now?

Auto Tariffs Are Having a Multi-Billion Impact on Volkswagen, Others

Auto Tariffs Are Having a Multi-Billion Impact on Volkswagen, Others

Tariffs are wreaking havoc on both profits and sales for German automakers.

Trading Johnson & Johnson Stock Amid Federal Subpoenas

Trading Johnson & Johnson Stock Amid Federal Subpoenas

Johnson & Johnson stock is under pressure, but support sits nearby.

Trump's Space Force Could Lift These 7 Companies

Trump's Space Force Could Lift These 7 Companies

The Space Force military could be a boon for a number of companies. Here are seven that could do well.

Is Musk Right About Self-Driving Cars Being Here This Year?

Is Musk Right About Self-Driving Cars Being Here This Year?

Recent comments from Tesla CEO Elon Musk outline a positive future for autonomous cars. Will he be right?

Is Honda's Plant Closure a Warning Sign for the Economy?

Is Honda's Plant Closure a Warning Sign for the Economy?

Honda is axing production in Britain, adding to the list of automakers undergoing a restructuring. Does this raise a red flag?

Trading Walmart Stock After Earnings Jump

Trading Walmart Stock After Earnings Jump

Shares of Walmart are jumping higher Tuesday on solid earnings results. Here's how to trade it going forward.

Here's How to Trade PepsiCo Stock After In-Line Earnings

Here's How to Trade PepsiCo Stock After In-Line Earnings

PepsiCo is rallying despite posting in-line fourth-quarter earnings and guidance.

Should Apple Abandon Its Self-Driving Efforts?

Should Apple Abandon Its Self-Driving Efforts?

Apple appears behind it in the autonomous race. That doesn't mean it should abandon hope, but it seems like it could capitalize in other areas within the space.