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.
Curb your enthusiasm: any market rally this summer is bound to be ephemeral. Here’s a three-pronged investment strategy that helps you stay defensive, but also keeps you in the game.
The giant Internet retailer continues to pour cash into its expansion, but when will these investments start to pay off?
Recent economic reports provide investors with little hope for immediate improvement, underscoring our defensive stance.
Apple shares dove after a rare earnings miss from the company—creating a perfect entry point before the launch of the iPhone 5, writes Chad Fraser.
Despite the lackluster market, certain promising trends are unfolding for investors. We pinpoint ways to profit even in these troubled economic times.
The chipmaker’s latest results were better than many expected — but there are signs that the competition is closing in.
This well-managed bank is a direct play on rising domestic demand in India. The stock is ready to take off, as the country’s market sets the stage for a rally in the second half of the year.
Economic uncertainty has prompted many traders to take a summer vacation from the markets. However, investors can still find pockets of outperformance. Here are three stocks with EPS momentum that are poised to beat the market in the second half of 2012.
It’s still true that it generally pays to maintain a diversified portfolio, but we prove here that it’s not always a cure-all for the market’s ups and downs.
Although today's investing climate can be characterized as "risk-off," the US stock market isn't following suit.