London, UK, 4th Dec 2021, ZEXPRWIREAs we’re approaching the end of 2021, investing in stocks can be riskier than ever. B-Finances broker details eight of the best stocks to invest your money into over the next few months.

Top 8 Safest Stocks to Invest in December 2021:

1) Google

2) Facebook

3) Apple

4) Coca-Cola

5) Microsoft

6) Pfizer

7) AT&T

8) Johnson & Johnson

Google:

This is one of the most popular search engines, making it an excellent choice to invest in. Google’s revenue per click is continually increasing, and its customer base, making it likely to rise over the next few years.

The only thing that could affect its growth is an increased inflation rate due to the depreciation of the US Dollar. However, since Google has diversified into other services such as Android and Maps, this decrease will not affect their stock price. Facebook: Facebook’s revenue per share has risen consistently over the last few years, and it still holds an advantage in its advertising sales.

This is because it has approximately 2 billion active users compared to Google, which gets 1 billion. Ownership of Facebook will also help you hold a strong presence within social media.

Apple:

Apple would be another good choice for investment. It is very likely that the iPhone 13 was released in September 2021, which will increase Apple’s share price.

This is because it is very popular, and there are only a limited number of new smartphones being released each year, making people think ahead about what they have to get next.

Apple is one of the most trusted brands globally, which gives it an advantage over other companies.

Coca-Cola:

The soft drink industry has become incredibly competitive, with many new products being introduced each year. However, this means that no company can make a bad product and still expect to stay in business because people will not be willing to drink it.

This makes Coca-Cola a very stable stock to invest in because the company has survived for over 130 years, and they are still making new brands, which suggests that they’ll be around for many more years.

Microsoft:

While Android may have taken over the smartphone market with Apple taking second place, Microsoft is one of the only companies that has been able to make a computer software program as popular as Windows.

Microsoft now produces large amounts of other programs such as Word and Weather, making Microsoft’s stock price fairly stable and preventing it from fluctuating too much. However, this also means that their growth rate is slower than it could be otherwise.

Pfizer:

Pfizer is a pharmaceutical company that produces all types of medications, and they’re continually creating new drugs and coming up with different ways to treat and cure illnesses.

The one factor that could affect the stock price of Pfizer would be an increased inflation rate due to high government spending. However, even if billions of dollars were spent, scientific progress would still continue.

AT&T:

We all use mobile phones, and AT&T is one of the largest providers in America. The telecommunications industry may not grow as much as before, with internet access becoming more widespread, but this doesn’t mean that phones will stop existing or that people will start using landlines again.

This means that AT&T will continue to grow as long as it’s possible, and the revenue per click has increased over time because of more people using smartphones. However, this may change in September 2021 due to the new iPhone coming out.

AT&T will provide you with a future hedge against inflation and other economic factors. AT&T’s stock price is steady and will not fluctuate much because it has diversified into other smartphones and social media industries.

Johnson & Johnson:

The health care industry is expected to grow rapidly, and Johnson & Johnson has a strong position within this industry. They produce many brands such as Listerine mouthwash, Tylenol, and more serious products such as surgical equipment and implants. Over the next few years, the company’s revenue per share will continue to grow due to increasing health care spending.

If you’re looking for a stable stock to invest in, Johnson & Johnson would be a good choice. They’ve been in operation for nearly 130 years and continue to develop new goods. Their revenue per share is expected to grow in the next few years, making them a wise investment choice.

Conclusion:

Overall, the broker of B-Finances thinks that all of these stocks are good choices depending on how long you want to invest and what your risk tolerance is. However, the best choice would probably be Johnson & Johnson, as it provides a wide range of services and products to increase its revenue per share over time. 

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