Thursday , 18 October 2018


Tag Archives: Amazon

4 Stocks With BIG Growth Prospects

Even in the current climate, savvy investors can still find promising stocks with big growth prospects...The stocks covered below all boast sales growth of over 20%, based on the Street’s 2019 estimates. These are the stocks to turn to if GDP growth begins to slow.

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These 5 Stocks Could Crush Q1 Earnings

Earnings for companies in the S&P 500 are expected to grow 17.3% in the first quarter, with sales up 10%. These rates represent the fastest pace of growth since the first quarter of 2011. In this article we have identified only 5 stocks that have a ‘Strong Buy’ and ‘Moderate Buy’ analyst consensus rating and notable upside from current prices.

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WATCH OUT BELOW: Next Stop For Dow Jones Index… 19,000

Investors have become way too complacent as the broader markets trade near their highs. However, as the markets really start to fall, complacency will eventually turn to panic. According to my analysis, the next critical level for the Dow Jones Index is 19,000.

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These CRAP Stocks Are Levered to the Investment Recovery, Inflation & Deregulation Expected Over the Next Year

We live in a modern world of acronyms and buzzwords, and the financial industry is certainly no exception. In fact, it may be one of the worst culprits, what with FANG, ZIRP, TINA, BREXIT, QUITALY, BRIC, etc. all entering the lexicon over the last few years...[and] now the new eye-catching acronym to watch, according to Tom Lee of Fundstrat, is CRAP – Computers, Resources, American Banks, and Phone Carriers – which are all levered to the investment recovery, inflation, and deregulation expected over the next year...

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How Long Can the FANG Stocks Maintain Their Killer Performances?

If you believe these stocks are going to continue to go to P/E multiples of infinity (like the FANG stocks) or feel that other stocks in the market are undervalued based on economic and geopolitical conditions perhaps you should turn your money over to someone more qualified to manage it.

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