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How much did you spend on your financial investments in 2018?

Agnc Investment Corp was one of the most heavily leveraged financial institutions in the world, with an estimated $14.7 trillion in assets and $2.6 trillion in revenues in 2018.

In the year to date, Agnc has made more than $2 trillion in profits, and its total assets and revenues have more than doubled.

With a record $2 billion dividend paid out to shareholders last year, Agunc shares are still a bargain.

But there are several other companies with similar growth profiles and even more aggressive strategies that could provide a better return for investors.

Here are a few that could offer a better chance at investing in their companies.

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Amgen Inc.

The biotech company is growing faster than any other biotech firm, according to Forbes.

The biotech company, which has raised more than twice as much money as any other major pharmaceutical company, has made $1.2 trillion worth of profits since the start of the year, and analysts predict it will have a profitable 2018.

The company’s stock is up nearly 11% in 2018, while its dividend is $0.55 per share.

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Fidelity InvestmentsShares of Fidelity International, which owns a large stake in Amgen, are up more than 7% this year.

Fiduciary, a company that invests in the health care industry, is up more nearly 13% and has $6.2 billion in assets.

3.

Goldman SachsShares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. have risen more than 14% this decade, while Goldman Sachs, a financial services company, is down almost 8%.

4.

AppleSharesShares of Apple Inc. are up nearly 5% this quarter, while shares of Amazon.com are up 7%.

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IBMShares of IBM Corp. are on track to become the largest publicly traded company in the U.S., and are up 14%.

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BaiduShares of Baidus Group Inc., the country’s largest search engine, are also growing faster.

Shares are up almost 5% in 2017.

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OracleShares of Oracle Corp. have gained nearly 4% this season, and are down about 4% in the year.

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TeslaShares of Tesla Inc.are up nearly 8% this month, and have more capital and cash than the entire U.K. economy.

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TwitterShares of Twitter Inc. grew 12% this week.

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FacebookShares of Facebook Inc. were up 7% in May.

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AmazonShares of Amazon Inc. and are on pace to earn more than the combined GDP of China and Japan in 2019.

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Twitter, Apple, and FacebookShares have all made gains in 2018 and are expected to continue growing, according in 2018 to 2019.

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Facebook is up 14% in this quarter and is forecast to earn $3.5 trillion in 2017 revenue.

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Apple is up 10% in a year and is up 21% in 2021.

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Twitter is up almost 10% this fiscal year and has more than quadrupled in valuation since the year 2000.

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GoogleShares of Google Inc. earned $2,000 per share in 2018 but are down $3,000 this year, according Bloomberg.

17.

MicrosoftShares of Microsoft Corp. were down 5% last year and are back up more in 2018 than in any year since 2002.

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NetflixShares of Netflix Inc. had $6 billion in revenue in 2018 with nearly $9 billion in profit, and is on track for more than doubling in 2021 revenue.

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Tesla shares are up 16% this financial year and have $24.2 million in cash and equivalents.

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Apple shares are down more than 10% and are under $20 billion in total assets.

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Amazon shares are back on track and have a market value of $62 billion.