“With active managers outperforming passive managers for the first time in years, many investors are looking for solid stock ideas for the rest of this year and into 2020”, notes the author of today’s article, who identifies the software space as one place for growth investors to look. More specifically, the author recommends looking at the space’s large-cap leaders, citing one analyst who “favors the large cap names which combine strong fundamentals and multiple support and a preference for applications where there is less chance of being disrupted by Amazon.” For four such software stocks to consider. For more, CLICK HERE.
Value stocks have now lagged growth for more than a decade – an excruciatingly long stretch for value investors. And while the value premium has disappeared for extended periods of time before only to ultimately reappear, there is talk now that this time it may be gone for good. Is this time truly different for value? The author of today’s article examines the theories suggesting its demise – and the prospects for its return. For more, CLICK HERE.
The three stocks highlighted in today’s article are not for the faint of heart, but for growth investors with time on their side and higher levels of risk tolerance, they do offer the potential for substantial gains. To find out what these three stocks are – a chipmaker, a “human interface solutions” provider, and a company in an industry that investors would not necessarily associate with growth at first glance (but which is experiencing a resurgence) – CLICK HERE.