Stocks to buy

Shares of hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) maker Plug Power (NASDAQ:PLUG) were red hot in 2019. PLUG stock rose more than 150% throughout the year, as investors celebrated the company’s ability to drive enormous sales growth through higher HFC uptake in the materials handling industry (think HFC forklifts). Source: Shutterstock More than that, investors celebrated management’s
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Thanks to the positive sentiment surrounding the U.S. and China signing a “phase one” trade agreement, several tech stocks have skyrocketed recently. That’s not surprising considering that China is both a massive and still growing market for technological innovations. Nevertheless, investors may want to limit their exposure to the domestic space in favor of international
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One of my favorite pastimes is creating outside-the-box stock portfolios for InvestorPlace readers. Recently, I read the New York-based research firm Morning Consult’s special report “Most Trusted Brands: The State of Consumer Trust.”  Using its brand tracking platform, Brand Intelligence, Morning Consult conducted consumer surveys between September 2019 and December 2019, coming up with an
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For many years following the burst of the dot-com bubble, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) earned a reputation as a sleepy investment. While it wouldn’t destroy your portfolio due to shoddy business practices causing volatility, Microsoft stock was hardly exciting. But in the last five years, that narrative has shifted: can this momentum continue into 2020 and beyond?
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Earnings season is officially underway. And as is customary, bank stocks led the way. One reason for this is that bank stocks have been shown to reflect the health of the broader U.S. economy. When banks are making money from lending it means consumers and businesses are seeking loans. Borrowing can have a ripple effect
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Some of the best investment opportunities are temporarily oversold stocks. The following three stocks are high-quality stocks that have been beaten down in recent months by pessimistic investors even as major indices have soared to record highs. The rationale is that under-performance is temporarily creating the potential for sizable upside. Remember, as Sir John Templeton
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When searching for massive gains that can be achieved in the blink of an eye, look no further than the healthcare industry. These companies often rely on only a few critical indicators such as trial data or Food and Drug Administration approvals. To many healthcare stocks these are arguably more important than earnings results. A
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