When it comes to the top biotech stocks to consider buying this month, as identified in today’s article, one has a virtual monopoly in its market and lots of cash. Another doesn’t have a monopoly, doesn’t have lots of cash, and doesn’t even have an approved drug on the market yet! What this small biotech does have, however, “is tremendous growth potential and at least one possible game-changer in its pipeline” – and while it’s the riskiest of the three stocks, it could also be the biggest winner. For more, CLICK HERE.
The six companies highlighted in today’s article have a lot of cash. Picking up shares of these cash-rich companies, however, won’t require much cash. Specifically, each of these companies has a high proportion of cash to share price – which, the author notes, suggests that “these firms should be holding enough cash to meet their operating needs and have some remaining to take steps such as acquisitions or buy backs” – and are trading at less than $10 a share. For more, CLICK HERE.
As the GOP tax reform efforts move forward, much attention is being placed on large companies with substantial amounts of cash overseas and what they may do with repatriated funds. However, the author of today’s article reminds the reader that “there are a number of small companies that also hold significant amounts of cash on their balance sheets” – and proceeds to highlight five small, low-priced companies that are cash-rich and which may be worthy of consideration by traders. For more – including the author’s advice on how to trade these thinly-traded stocks – CLICK HERE.
Cash is king – and the author of today’s article points out that “no company has complained or died from having too much cash or from growing their cash reserves.” He proceeds to outline the metrics he uses to find cash-rich companies and highlights two stocks that are both cash rich and growing cash – a discount retailer that is surviving the retail wars and a small furnishing company that focuses mainly on the commercial, government office and hospitality industry. To read more, CLICK HERE.
He is worried about the reality of more and more people living longer and longer lives (and how they will afford it). He believes the massive influx into index funds is a “serious error” and that the collapse of index funds is “only a question of when.” He sees stock picking as “a dying art” and stock (or fund) picking as a necessity. And he has some advice for investors right now – hoard cash, buy gold and sterling, and invest in this type of stock. For renowned British investor Jim Mellon’s take on the current investing environment, CLICK HERE.
“Cash is dead,” declares today’s article, which highlights the significant growth of the mobile payment industry in recent years. The author asserts that, in the face of this large and growing trend, people have two choices: fight the trend or profit from it. For those who want to do the latter, the author identifies what he sees as the best pick in the mobile payments space for those who want “explosive growth”. To find out what this top pick is and why “a new era of growth awaits” it, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article examines the Wells Fargo Special Mid Cap Value fund which “aims to get an edge by buying companies with strong balance sheets, but only when Wall Street is mispricing their stock.” After providing an overview of the fund – which has been beating the S&P 500 as well as 97% of its peers – the author has the fund’s manager make his case for its top five “cash-gushers” – companies with strong free cash flow. To see what these five companies in the fund generating lots of cash are – as well as to read more about the fund itself – CLICK HERE.
Regardless of which presidential candidate emerges victorious on November 8th, the next administration is expected to provide a significant boost to government spending on infrastructure. While some investors are already starting to make anticipatory plays on this front, the author of today’s article cautions that “investors who want their portfolios to follow the government money should keep in mind a few facts before committing their own cash.” Which specific areas – and specific companies – might be better plays for a Clinton administration, and which might be more lucrative for a Trump administration? How do analysts believe this new domestic infrastructure investment will be different from the last? What kind of time frame should investors have in mind for these plays? CLICK HERE to find out.