theme parks en-US Tesla, Six Flags and 9 Other Adventure Stocks Worth Investing In <div class="field field-type-filefield field-field-blog-image"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/tesla-six-flags-and-9-other-adventure-stocks-worth-investing-in" class="imagecache imagecache-250w imagecache-linked imagecache-250w_linked"><img src="" alt="Couple finding adventure stocks to invest in" title="" class="imagecache imagecache-250w" width="250" height="140" /></a> </div> </div> </div> <p>Sometimes it's fun to spice up your investment portfolio with something more exciting than index funds and <a href="">ETFs</a>. Why not get truly adventurous and invest in companies that are in the business of fun?</p> <p>You can invest in everything from ski resorts in Colorado to roller coasters in Orlando by purchasing shares of these stocks, which are both &quot;adventurous&quot; and potentially lucrative to investors. Many of these companies are on a big growth path, and though some have been battered recently, they may offer good value now.</p> <p>Go and invest, and have fun!</p> <h2>1. Disney [<a href="">NYSE: DIS</a>]</h2> <p>When you buy shares of Disney, you're buying more than a stake in Disney World and Disneyland. You're getting part of a massive entertainment business that includes movie studios, television networks, and franchises including a little something called <em>Star Wars. </em>It's hard to argue against a 27% rise in share price over the last 52 weeks, after Disney's net income rose 22% to $7.5 billion in 2014.</p> <h2>2. Six Flags [<a href="">NYSE: SIX</a>]</h2> <p>No theme park operator in North America owns more attractions. With 18 parks, Six Flags is a moneymaking behemoth, generating $1.2 billion in revenue last year. Shares are up 26% in the last 52 weeks, and the company has a nice dividend yield of 4.5%. Not bad considering they exited bankruptcy in 2010.</p> <h2>3. GoPro [<a href="">NYSE: GPRO</a>]</h2> <p>Someone is cashing in off those crazy skiing and skateboarding trick videos. It's been a volatile first year for the action camera manufacturer after going public in the middle of 2014. Shares are down quite a bit from their all-time high back in October, but have risen sharply since hitting a low this past spring. Revenue in the second quarter rose to $419 million, a 72% increase. GoPro has been aggressive in introducing new products, including possible 3D and drone cameras, so investors should have a lot to be excited about.</p> <h2>4. Orbital ATK [<a href="">NYSE: OA</a>]</h2> <p>This is the company formed in February from the merger of Alliant Techsystems and Orbital Sciences. It's involved in all kinds of space-related work, including the development of rockets, satellites, commercial space flight, and defense electronics. The company got some bad publicity last year after the unmanned Antares rocket exploded shortly after liftoff, but share prices are now approaching $80 per share, just shy of their all time high set in March.</p> <h2>5. VF Corporation [<a href="">NYSE: VFC</a>]</h2> <p>This company owns many top clothing brands, including some that are synonymous with the outdoors. The North Face, Smartwool, and Timberland are easily recognizable to most hikers and climbers, and Reef is one of the top surfing brands. VF is a $12 billion company, and shares are now trading near their 52-week high.</p> <h2>6. Tesla [<a href="">NASDAQ: TSLA</a>]</h2> <p>This maker of high-end electric vehicles certainly gets a lot of buzz, along with its charismatic founder, Elon Musk. Shares have dipped this year, as investors have grown a bit impatient with a lack of profits. But this is a company that saw $955 million in revenue in the last quarter, a 25% increase year-over-year. Tesla has great brand recognition and a &quot;cool&quot; factor that can't be dismissed, and is on the cutting edge of battery technology and addressing some of the world's most pressing environmental problems. Expect some volatility with this stock, but patient investors should be rewarded over time.</p> <h2>7. Wolverine Worldwide [<a href="">NYSE: WWW</a>]</h2> <p>You may not be familiar with this parent company, but you know its brands &mdash; Stride Rite, Sperry, Keds, Saucony, and Merrell. Wolverine Worldwide reported record revenue of $630 million in the most recent quarter, which is good news for a company that's needed it. Last year, Wolverine said it would close about 140 stores by the end of 2015. Another 55 will close over the next five years as lease terms end. With its reorganization on track, now may be the time to buy.</p> <h2>8. Harley-Davidson [<a href="">NYSE: HOG</a>]</h2> <p>The popular motorcycle manufacturer hasn't had the easiest time in recent years, as the strong dollar has made overseas competitors more attractive. Sales dropped 1.4% in the last quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago, and net income dropped 15%. Shares are down about 9% this year, but don't be too hard on Harley-Davidson, as the company has a lot going for it. Its profit margins are good, and it consistently pays out increasing dividends, now offering a yield of more than 2.1%. Many analysts rate Harley-Davidson stock a &quot;buy,&quot; and the company's shares may actually be undervalued at the moment.</p> <h2>9. Vail Resorts [<a href="">NYSE: MTN</a>]</h2> <p>We may not always be able to jump into the fresh powder whenever we want, but investing in this company gives us a little taste of winter adventure. Vail owns some of the top mountain resorts in North America, including Vail and Breckenridge in Colorado, and Park City Mountain Resort in Utah. In June, Vail closed on the sale of Perisher, the largest mountain resort in Australia. Shares are trading above $110, near a 52-week high, as the company reported third quarter revenues of $579 million, a 6.7% increase over the same period a year ago.</p> <h2>10. Black Diamond [<a href="">NYSE: BDE</a>]</h2> <p>Based in Salt Lake City, Black Diamond designs and makes many of the essential equipment used by climbers, mountain bikers, and other adventurous people. It just reported record sales of $35.1 million in the second quarter of 2015. It is projecting an 11% increase in sales in 2015. Now Black Diamond is considering a sale of the entire company, or separate sales involving the Black Diamond and POC brands. Such a sale could benefit shareholders, if a corporate buyer is willing to pay a premium.</p> <h2>11. International Speedway Corporation [<a href="">NASDAQ: ISCA</a>]</h2> <p>NASCAR fans can get in on the action with shares of this Daytona, Florida company, which owns many of the most popular racetracks and other entertainment facilities. Shares are up more than 7% in the last year, though recent quarterly figures have sent share prices down. ISCA reported revenue of $160.4 million for the most recent quarter, down from $190 million from the same period last year. Shares are trading at about $33 now, but Wall Street analysts think ISCA is due to rebound, setting price targets of more than $40.</p> <p><em>Do you own any of these adventuresome stocks?</em></p> <br /><div id="custom_wisebread_footer"><div id="rss_tagline">This article is from <a href="">Tim Lemke</a> of <a href="">Wise Bread</a>, an award-winning personal finance and <a href="">credit card comparison</a> website. Read more great articles from Wise Bread:</div><div class="view view-similarterms view-id-similarterms view-display-id-block_2 view-dom-id-1"> <div class="view-content"> <div class="item-list"> <ul> <li class="views-row views-row-1 views-row-odd views-row-first"> <div class="views-field-title"> <span class="field-content"><a href="">5 Reasons July Is a Great Month for Stocks</a></span> </div> </li> <li class="views-row views-row-2 views-row-even"> <div class="views-field-title"> <span class="field-content"><a href="">8 Ways to Prepare for a Stock Market Dive</a></span> </div> </li> <li class="views-row views-row-3 views-row-odd"> <div class="views-field-title"> <span class="field-content"><a href="">8 Reasons to Stay Calm When the Market Tanks</a></span> </div> </li> <li class="views-row views-row-4 views-row-even"> <div class="views-field-title"> <span class="field-content"><a href="">11 Investment Mistakes We All Make</a></span> </div> </li> <li class="views-row views-row-5 views-row-odd views-row-last"> <div class="views-field-title"> <span class="field-content"><a href="">The 4 Best Investments for Lazy Investors</a></span> </div> </li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div><br/></br> Investment adventure portfolio space stocks theme parks Fri, 21 Aug 2015 13:00:33 +0000 Tim Lemke 1527005 at 7 Popular Vacation Spots That Aren't Worth the Money (and Where to Go Instead) <div class="field field-type-filefield field-field-blog-image"> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/7-popular-vacation-spots-that-arent-worth-the-money-and-where-to-go-instead" class="imagecache imagecache-250w imagecache-linked imagecache-250w_linked"><img src="" alt="las vegas" title="las vegas" class="imagecache imagecache-250w" width="250" height="140" /></a> </div> </div> </div> <p>When it comes to vacation benefits, America is in poor shape. According to the &quot;<a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">Vacation Equality Project</a>,&quot; America is the only advanced economy in the world that does not guarantee paid vacation days. As a Brit, I was shocked to learn that the guaranteed four weeks of vacation that I got in the UK was going to become just one week when I arrived here in 2001 (and I was told by my employer at the time to be thankful for that). (See also: <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">11 Vacation Destinations That Stretch Your Travel Dollar</a>)</p> <p>So choosing where to go on vacation is crucial. These vacation days we get are precious; we don't want to waste them. But so many of us ignore incredible vacation spots for more popular ones that are overpriced and overrated. Here are seven spots you should know about that aren't worth your hard earned money; let's call them the seven deadly sins of vacationing.</p> <h2>1. The Bahamas</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" src="" alt="" /></p> <p>Quite possibly one of the most overrated vacation spots in the world, the Bahamas is where people go when they think they want a relaxing beach vacation. Everyone has the same idea, and the beaches are not even that good (although they are wonderfully crowded). This is tourism hell, but you'll pay through the nose for it, especially is you stay at the Atlantis. If you're looking for beaches without the fuss, try other parts of the Caribbean. The Dominican Republic is beautiful and affordable, and you will get a lot of the beach to yourself it you visit Trinidad and Tobago.</p> <h2>2. Naples, Italy</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" src="" alt="" /></p> <p>When someone tells you they're off to Naples, you immediately think of all the best parts of an Italian holiday; incredible architecture, amazing food, beautiful scenery. However, one of the first things you will notice about Naples when you arrive is the <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">smell</a>. There are frequent garbage strikes, and Naples gets very hot. That's not a good mix. Organized <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">crime</a> is big in Naples (look up the Camorra network) and if you're not very careful, you could easily be robbed or mugged. Instead of Naples, or Rome, try something a lot less &quot;popular.&quot; <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">Sardinia</a> is a much better bet, with a crystal clear sea, white beaches, and very few tourists to battle it out with. It's soul, without glitz.</p> <h2>3. Disneyland or Disneyworld</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" alt="" src="" /></p> <p>What?! No Disney? As comedian Jim Gaffigan said, &quot;How can I spend an enormous amount of money, be uncomfortable, and listen to my children complain and whine?&quot; That's the Disney experience for adults, and you really do pay for the &quot;privilege.&quot;</p> <p>Let's get it straight. You will be spending a lot of time standing in line for rides that last a few minutes. You will also be spending an awful lot of money on food that makes cinema popcorn look like a great deal. Disney is also designed to part you with your money as often as possible, and the nag factor (&quot;mommy, daddy, can I have that pleeeeeaseeee&quot;) is huge. Forget Disney. There are plenty of great amusement parks out there that offer much better value. (See also: <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">8 Affordable Theme Parks That Are Just as Fun as Disney</a>)</p> <h2>4. Dublin, Ireland</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" src="" alt="" /></p> <p>You know, there is more than one place in Ireland that sells a decent pint of Guinness. And yet every year, people from all over the world flock to Dublin for a taste of the other black gold. <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">The Huffington Post</a> named it one of the most overrated places on earth, and for many good reasons. For a start, Dublin caters to the tourist trade, and as such has become focused on keeping tourists happy. It's no longer a slice of traditional Ireland, and you won't see the the Emerald Isle's real culture or customs there. There are much more &quot;Irish&quot; places to visit, and they won't be bogged down by tourists. <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">They include Dunmore East and County Kerry.</a></p> <h2>5. Las Vegas, Nevada</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" src="" alt="" /></p> <p>Vegas baby! Vegas! Vegas!! Yeah, yeah... Vegas. If you have a lot of money and are prepared to lose a chunk of it, Las Vegas is going to be great. Then again, anywhere is going to be great if you're that rich.</p> <p>But if you're looking for a frugal vacation, Vegas is going to get old pretty quickly. Yes, you can get free alcohol if you gamble. You can even play the penny slots. But the alcohol is watered down, it's not served often, and you're still in a dimly lit casino. The clubs? They're expensive and you'll stand in line for hours. You will be hounded constantly about timeshares and &quot;female company.&quot; And the famous hotel buffets are just buffets. You even stand in line for those. Forget Vegas. If you really must gamble and want to stay in the US, try Atlantic City. It's on the coast, it has the boardwalk, a lot of family activities, and it's nowhere near as crowded and sleazy.</p> <h2>6. London, England</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" alt="" src="" /></p> <p>As someone who lived in London for six long years, I am speaking from a great deal of experience. Yes, London has some wonderful historic buildings, but it is dirty, smelly, and incredibly expensive. Anyone visiting from the U.S. should plan on spending at least three times what they would spend on a vacation to most other parts of the world, due to the rotten exchange rate and the vastly overpriced goods and services in the big city.</p> <p>Now, this is not to say you should avoid The London Eye, Big Ben, Hampton Court, The Tower of London and other attractions. What you should do instead is find a much more affordable part of England to stay in, and then pop to London on a train or National Express coach on one or two days of your vacation. Oxford, Cambridge, Brighton, Arundel, and Whitstable are all beautiful, affordable and about an hour from the center of London.</p> <h2>7. Dubai, UAE</h2> <p><img width="605" height="340" alt="" src="" /></p> <p>For some reason, Dubai has become an insanely popular tourist destination over the last 10 years. Yet in polls taken by many travel websites, Dubai came out on top as <a href=";page=6" style="text-decoration:none;">the most overrated</a> and <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">overpriced place to visit</a>. It has a lot of tall buildings. If that's your thing, it's a start. But as the construction work is constant, it's not exactly going to be a calming experience.</p> <p>The city is a shrine to consumerism, and is home to things like &quot;world's biggest mall&quot; and &quot;world's largest theme park.&quot; Get ready for the &quot;world's largest disappointment&quot; and the &quot;world's most overpriced vacation.&quot; Give Dubai a pass, and instead <a href="" style="text-decoration:none;">try more cultural cities</a> like Sharjah (home to many galleries, festivals, and museums), Muscat, or Abu Dhabi.</p> <p><em>Vehemently disagree? Have another overrated destination? Let us know below.</em></p> <br /><div id="custom_wisebread_footer"><div id="rss_tagline">This article is from <a href="">Paul Michael</a> of <a href="">Wise Bread</a>, an award-winning personal finance and <a href="">credit card comparison</a> website. 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Summer is almost over! And although I secretly think that fall is the best season in the world (boots and scarves are my favorite), I can&rsquo;t say I&rsquo;m ready to say goodbye to this sunshine. So, what to do before the sun starts going down earlier and the A/C is turned off? Simple &mdash; go outside.</p> <p>Below, I&rsquo;ve put together some cheap (but mostly free) last-ditch efforts to make the most out of the gorgeous sunlight. (See also: <a href="">25 Ways to Have Cheap Summer Fun</a>)</p> <h2>1. Fairs and Festivals</h2> <p>Two words: Ferris wheels. Soon they&rsquo;re going to be put back in their boxes and stored in a nearby trailer park (or wherever it is Ferris wheels hide for the colder months). Take advantage of every opportunity you can before summer is over to go to the fair and see your city from above, throw balls at impenetrable targets, and people watch. You might see a little more skin and a few less teeth than you were hoping for, but you can&rsquo;t deny the hilarity of it all. And who knows, maybe you'll win your sweetheart a giant panda...</p> <h2>2. Theme Parks</h2> <p>Roller coasters! Fake castles! Splash rides! I <em>love</em> a good theme park, but the bad news is most of them are overpriced. The good news is you can generally find two-for-one deals or special days when it costs a little less for the fun. Be sure to look on the park's website for discount information and check with your boss for any deals offered to your company.</p> <h2>3. Free Outdoor Movies</h2> <p>If you are anywhere near a big city (from Denver to Minneapolis to Pittsburgh), this is a must do. Scout it out &mdash; there&rsquo;s got to be one somewhere in a park. And most likely, they&rsquo;re not all over yet. Sometimes the movies are even new releases! And if there isn&rsquo;t one in your area, throw a blanket up, <a href="">rent a projector</a> (with friends' monetary donations, of course), and have at it.</p> <h2>4. Free Outdoor Concerts</h2> <p>Summer concert series are popular throughout the world. Most of the large, outdoor festivals are over now, but you can still take advantage of a select few concerts, generally for free. Be on the lookout for after dark specials sponsored by breweries. They'll be in a lot of the same cities that have the free outdoor movies, but you might be surprised. Music is easier to come by than movie rights, so a ton of smaller towns offer downtown concert series at no cost.</p> <h2>5. Water Sports</h2> <p>I don&rsquo;t normally swim all summer &mdash; I didn&rsquo;t grow up with a pool or take trips to the lake. But my best friend lives in apartment complex, and I&rsquo;ve swum every single Saturday this summer. When the warm weather ceases and the pool closes, I&rsquo;m going to be unbelievably disappointed. Also, the lake, river, and ocean are at the perfect temperature right now for a dip, kayaking, canoeing, or stand-up paddle boarding. Take advantage of any water sports in your area before it's too late!</p> <h2>6. Read in the Park</h2> <p>I read far more in the summer for leisure than I do any other time &mdash; I guess it's a habit I picked up from being in school. More time off in the summer, more time to read. Then again, there's nothing like soaking in the sun on soft grass and catching up on the latest bestseller (or if you're like me, the classics). Grab a good book, a blanket, and some sunglasses and head out to your park. If you don't mind an occasional whizzing Frisbee or barking dog, you'll be able to sink into another world in the middle of your neighborhood.</p> <h2>7. Outdoor Theater</h2> <p>Whether you&rsquo;re in New York for Shakespeare in the Park or in Portland for Star Trek in the Park, you're probably close to some sort of outdoor stage. Or if you live near a drive-in, drive over and watch a summer blockbuster in the car with your friends. While pricier, they make for a much more fun date option and you can bring your own food (and sometimes alcohol &mdash; if you're not the driver, of course).</p> <h2>8. Dry Your Clothes in the Sun</h2> <p>This is the time to forgo the dryer and <a href="">put your clothes out on the line</a>. Not only will it save you energy costs, but as long as you don&rsquo;t let the clothes sit out in the sun too long (don&rsquo;t forget about fading!), it&rsquo;ll save the life of your wardrobe. Plus that natural fresh air smell really can&rsquo;t be contained in a bottle of Febreze.</p> <h2>9. Work on Your Tan</h2> <p>This is probably the most obvious one. Soon I'm going to be as pasty as the Microsoft Word background I&rsquo;m typing this on. And while I don't mind being asked if I'm allergic to the sun (yes, people ask me that), a slight tan does give me the illusion of &quot;health.&quot; I don't condone tanning beds, so if you want to get some last minute sun in, go for it!</p> <h2>10. Exercise Outside</h2> <p>Running outside is obviously free, but a lot of cities offer free park classes like yoga, tai chi, or Zumba. Look around in your town (or surrounding area) to see if you can catch one before they&rsquo;re all over. Also, the aforementioned Frisbee in the park is always fun, and since football season is starting, it's time to practice tossing the ball around too. Just because you've got a fantasy draft doesn't mean you can't play in real life, right?</p> <h2>11. Eat and Drink Outside</h2> <p>When I lived in New York, I always got so excited when the tables and chairs were placed outside and umbrellas started popping up. It meant summer was close! So if you're going to grab a beer with friends or lunch with your coworkers, pick a location outside. Best part &mdash; you don't have to use your &quot;indoor voice.&quot;</p> <h2>12. DIY Projects</h2> <p>If you&rsquo;re like me, you have a &ldquo;found&rdquo; object in your house that you&rsquo;ve been meaning to paint or update all summer. Soon it&rsquo;s going to be too cold to stand outside and do it, so grab whatever it is you've been meaning to redo and get to work. It'll take far less time than you think, and you'll be glad to have that <a href="">extra closet space</a> when you pull out all of your winter coats again.</p> <h2>13. Pedicures</h2> <p>Ladies (okay, fine, men too), you&rsquo;ve only got a few more weeks of toe-showing left. And since <a href="">giving yourself a pedicure</a> is far cheaper than purchasing one, grab a pumice stone and get to work. You may be putting your feet away soon, but that doesn't mean you have to hide them now.</p> <h2>14. Grill Out</h2> <p>Soon the propane tanks and charcoal are going to be (safely) stored away and the &quot;men&quot; are going to hang up their barbeque forks for one more year. Granted, you'll probably keep the grills out during most of football season, but eventually it'll get too cold, so fire it up, put some meat on, and enjoy the last bits of summer while you can.</p> <h2>15. Fish</h2> <p>I know fishing can be expensive if you're not a seasoned fisher(wo)man, but if it's something you like to do, get some time in before it's too late. Unfortunately, I can't add much advice to this particular subject because the only &quot;fishing&quot; I ever did was when I was little and tried to grab minnows in the creek by my aunt's house (yes, I'm from Tennessee), but if you live near a lake, go for it!</p> <p><em>What do you want to do before it's too cold?</em></p> <br /><div id="custom_wisebread_footer"><div id="rss_tagline">This article is from <a href="">Jennifer Holder</a> of <a href="">Wise Bread</a>, an award-winning personal finance and <a href="">credit card comparison</a> website. 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