Wouldn’t it be nice if you could buy the stock of the consensus best companies in the United States, put them in a drawer, forget about them, and wake up one day tripling your original investment--with a pile of dividends coming in? Well, of course, it would be nice, and chances are it can still be done, but the trouble is that our economy is evolving-- there are no complete “sure things.” That said, investors who want to make real money can’t just sit on their hands. Kiplinger recently outlined what to look for in a "KEEPER" stock--the type of stock you can hold forever if you want. Markets will rise and fall, but the companies you might classify as “keepers” tend to fall less hard and will be the first to come back because they make real profits in the real economy. Today, we'll review Kiplinger's rules for finding KEEPER stocks. You don't want to miss it. MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!