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.
Some of the air may have come out of the crypto craze, but there is still real opportunity in the technology that underlies cryptocurrencies: the blockchain. In today’s article, the author highlights some of the component stocks of an exchange-traded fund that holds “companies working to utilize and incorporate blockchain technologies into their businesses.” Specifically, he highlights five blockchain-linked stocks with the greatest dividend growth potential going forward. For more, CLICK HERE.
Rates have been ticking up (and further increases are expected this year) but we are still in a low yield environment – and will likely remain in one for some time to come. So where can investors find income in this environment without taking on too much risk? Today’s article makes the case for considering convertible bonds (which can be converted into stock of the issuing company), noting that “convertibles are uniquely positioned to offer the growth potential of stocks, but with the income and downside risk management characteristics of traditional bonds.” For more, CLICK HERE.
“FANG and friends” (FANG stocks plus Apple, Microsoft and a few additional names) have been on a tear, responsible for 75% of S&P 500 returns since 2010. But today’s article highlights another group of internet and e-commerce stocks that are growing even faster than FANG and have greater growth potential going forward: BAT (Chinese companies Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent). For how U.S. investors can gain exposure to these and additional Chinese internet and e-commerce stocks – as well as emerging and frontier companies such as the “Expedia of India” and the “PayPal of Russia” – CLICK HERE.