Industrial stocks may not get the same press or recognition as its consumer or tech brethren, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t great options for investors. In fact, some industrial companies have been generating returns for investors for over a century.
While you may not recognize the products they make if you saw them, right now I think these stocks following are great buys for investors, and could even be called industrial growth stocks.
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The alarming geopolitical status quo is fueling an increase in crude prices. Therefore, we anticipate that prized metals like gold will remain traditional safe harbors going forward.
The West Texas Intermediate crude futures edged up 0.4% to end at $67.07 per barrel last week – the highest since December 2014. The surge in benchmark crude stems from escalating tensions in the Middle East and fears of supplies being interrupted.
The commodity literally took off last week after Saudi Arabia claimed to have intercepted missiles fired by the Yemeni rebels and the American....More>>>
For a company to be considered a "growth stock," the only real criteria is that you are buying it because you believe in the unbridled potential for the stock’s price to go up over time.
That being said, I personally believe adding some specific criteria can help to increase the probability of finding a stock with Amazon-esque return potential. By buying companies with market capitalizations under $20 billion, there’s more room for the stocks to grow over time. And by buying companies that have shown strong revenue growth — an average of over 20% over the....More>>>
In the early stages of an uptrend, it’s hard to tell just how far a stock will rally. Sometimes these trends are short-lived and “only” give us a 10% return. Other times though, these trends are good for several years and return 100% or more.
Telling the difference in the beginning is tough and too many investors take a pass on something because it’s up 10% or 20% in a few months. While there’s no such thing as a risk-free bet, they’re leaving a ton of reward on the table by avoiding the name simply because of its recent rally. It reminded me of a....More>>>
Especially if you’re behind the curve on your retirement savings, your 40s is an incredibly critical decade for your investment plan. You’re still young enough to invest aggressively and let compounding do much of the heavy lifting to get you to a comfortable retirement. At the same time, though, you’re not so young that your portfolio can easily recover from a major stumble.
As a result, you want companies with a good combination of potential growth ahead of them andreasonable valuations when you buy them today. The potential growth is what enables the....More>>>