Time to Consider Long-Term Plays on Today’s Top Growing Tech

The tech selloff of the past year has made a number of companies a relative value play. That’s especially true to firms that are investing in long-term trends. While they won’t play out overnight, buying key suppliers to the tech space on market drops should result in market-beating returns when the next rebound occurs. One area that’s been hit hard thanks to supply chain issues and shutdowns is in the automotive space, particularly EV production. But for patient investors, now may be ...
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Investors Give Good Managers Excessive Control – But It’s Usually Worth It

There are plenty investment sayings about how company management can make or break a firm’s stock returns. And in today’s world, where retail investors own a minuscule number of shares and institutions tend to trade in and out of shares, company management tends to drive control. In many cases, letting the full-time employees devoted to the company run the show is a good thing. In other cases, such as where control is closely held by a family, the results can sometimes ...
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One Company Shows Compelling International Growth with Low Geopolitical Risks

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has led to a sharp pullback among international investments. Yet some companies are able to buck the trend and still grow right now. The top contender for such growth could be in social media plays. With many looking to bypass official news (often controlled on some level by governments), such companies could provide one of the few pockets of international growth in the next few months. One such play is Twitter (TWTR). The social media company has just ...
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Long-Term Trends Bode Well for This Market Growth Niche

A number of high-growth opportunities exist today. Many look attractive for the long-term, but short-term tailwinds are preventing the market from moving the value meaningfully higher right now. That’s especially true for any growth story that’s dependent on a resolution to supply chain issues, which appear to still be a source of frustration for short-term investors in hot growth areas. That’s especially true for anything related to the automotive sector, as numerous factories have seen shutdowns. One company hurting in the short ...
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One of the Top Rebound Plays for the Next Growth Stock Surge

The uncertainty in markets right now has hit growth stocks, particularly in the tech space, hard. Many names are down as much as 50 percent off their highs, and at the market low a few weeks back, that included nearly half the stocks in the Nasdaq. Markets are starting to come up, although they’re still willing to sell off on uncertainty. However, one top growth name has managed to navigate supply chain and other global issues to remain strong. That company is ...
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Continued Cloud Service Growth Plays Well to this Data Center Player

Companies continue to have growing data storage needs, and cloud services provide a great way to ensure data can be accessed securely while also from anywhere. A number of companies play to this trend, with everything from data centers themselves to companies that offer web hosting services. But the entire technology still remains locked in a world of physical hardware to make it all happen. That fact plays well to a number of hardware players. Memory chip company Micron (MU) has been ...
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This Logistics Play Remains Undervalued With Upside Ahead

One key theme of the past two years has been logistics, with an emphasis on supply chains. The world has gone from just-in-time inventory systems to creating a buffer to avoid having to contend with shutdowns stemming from any uncertainty. Companies in the shipping realm have largely benefitted, as the creation of inventories and stockpiling has led to an increased demand to ship goods for storage before use more locally. Adding to that is the overall improving economy, which is also ...
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Finding the Best Value in a Former Growth Trend

One of the best growth trends of the last decade was in streaming services. Starting as an ancillary platform for viewing shows online, a number of companies embraced the model. Many even started producing their own original content, and now top streaming companies are having their original productions nominated for –and winning—Oscars. But since Netflix (NFLX) proved it was a viable model, other media companies scrambled to create their own services leading to competition and slower growth. With the big growth gone, ...
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