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.
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We sift through the political hype to determine what counts for investors…and what doesn’t.
We sift through conflicting views of the state of the economy to give investors the straight dope on market conditions.
As the consumer sector improves and the number of older Americans dramatically increases, this company stands to benefit.
Keep a steady eye on the intrinsic merits of companies, instead of getting whipsawed by the rollercoaster movements of the market.
All eyes in coming weeks will be on the Middle Kingdom, as it releases economic figures that are sure to roil the markets.
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Here's a defensive strategy that protects you against potential downside but also allows you to reap gains when the markets resume their upward trajectory.
Looser monetary policies in the US and Europe are boosting inflation expectations, which in turn are lifting stocks and commodity prices. However, investors should remain defensive in the face of continued weakness in the global economy.
The Federal Reserve takes a forceful step, directly tying new stimulus to a recovery in US employment.