Stocks to buy

When evaluating a company’s value, investors mostly look at a stock’s Price-to-earnings (P/E) or Price-to-Sales (P/S) ratio. While P/E is the ratio of annual earnings to stock price, P/S reflects the amount investors pay for each dollar of revenues generated by the company. Though price to earnings (P/E) and price to sales (P/S) valuation tools
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For many investors, Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is an aging institution in a rapidly evolving technology sector. While no one questions their technical and business acumen, ORCL stock appears increasingly irrelevant. This is especially the case due to new-guard competitors, such as salesforce.com, inc. (NASDAQ:CRM) and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), dominating the cloud. But I felt that,
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Here at Zacks, we don’t generally classify stocks as “cheap” or “expensive,” and rather than looking at the stock’s face value, we have a system that puts an emphasis on earnings estimate revisions to find stocks that will hopefully be winners for investors. That being said, low-priced stocks can be attractive to smaller investors that
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There are ton of high-growth stocks out there. Everyone talks about the FANGs all the time. There are also all the hyper-growth Chinese internet stocks, the class of digital retailers which are riding e-commerce tailwinds to super-charged growth rates, all those big-growth cloud companies and a ton more. In sum, there are a bunch of
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It’s hard to find tech stocks you can count on because the ever evolving industry means competition is fierce and constant strategic shifts are necessary. However, IT consulting firm Accenture PLC (NYSE:ACN) appears to have a winning strategy for remaining relevant and thriving in the tech space. The firm’s most recent earnings results showed that
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As investors, we often jump on the flavor-of-the-week in the hopes of profiting from the immediate momentum. However, some of the best returns are found in companies levered towards next-generation technologies and innovations. These so-called megatrend stocks are extremely viable for your portfolio; they just require some patience. One of the biggest trends that has
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The second half of the year isn’t exactly off to a sizzling start. Then again, July usually isn’t necessarily a barn-burner, with the S&P 500 averaging only a 0.9% gain. It’s not bad, but certainly not game-changing, as investors have their mind on other things this time of year (like ball games, vacations and, this
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