Growth stocks are money machines that generate substantial—and sustainable—positive cash flow, and whose revenues and earnings are expected to increase at faster rates than the average company.
Growth companies typically have some sort of competitive advantage that allows them to fend off competitors and keep the lion’s share of business to themselves. They also have many different investment opportunities (or a few large opportunities) that promise to generate high returns.
Uncover a variety of top picks in growth stocks and the hottest growth trends, past and present, in our growth investing article archive below. Also, be sure to check out our exclusive free guide on the top growth stocks to own now, featuring three top growth stocks that we believe will be worth much more in the future than they cost today.
Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) is already prospering from state and federal renewable energy mandates.
Already the market leader in HIV antivirals, this Growth Portfolio favorite is in the beginning stages of developing the first-ever four-in-one AIDS pill.
As long as these companies are locked into such immutable, transcendent trends, long-term success is inevitable. And we’re going to make a lot of money buying and holding them.
Although the global economic slowdown has weighed on demand for oil and natural gas, supply and demand characteristics remain favorable: The amount of easily accessible oil is in decline, but emerging markets require a greater percentage of the world’s energy to fuel growth. This industry leader provides a wide range of exploration and production services, solutions and technologies to the petroleum industry and offers direct exposure to this powerful, long-term trend.
Even as the economy continues to show signs of recovery, businesses remain reticent to expand payrolls. Here are three ways to play a jobless recovery.
A growing number of consumers are turning to the Internet for shopping and entertainment, but Coinstar (NSDQ: CSTR) has continued to thrive despite its low-tech approach to business.
Asia’s economic development and aging population bode well for the region’s health care sector.
In every issue of Personal Finance, we discuss a handful of stocks that never make it into a portfolio. Here’s an update on how those ideas have performed and a recap of four of our favorites.
Buying Asian equities is imperative for serious long-term investors.
Big tech isn't the lumbering giant it used to be. Join us on a world tour of tech companies whose innovations, economies of scale and competitive positions in growth markets make their stocks attractive, long-term investments.