Stocks to buy

All stocks correct. It’s also a fact that growth stocks come and go. But sometimes Wall Street’s cautious dismissal of future prospects can lead to big-time profits. And right now Abiomed (NASDAQ:ABMD), Ulta Beauty Salon (NASDAQ:ULTA) and Baidu (ADR) (NASDAQ:BIDU) are three former dearly-held companies that maintain growth stock potential and bottoms ready for purchase.
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U.S. equities have enjoyed a surge to new record highs this week amid burgeoning hopes that the Trump Administration will finally land a new trade deal with China. The chatter is that the United States is now willing to roll back trade tariffs to secure an agreement, something Beijing feels is a necessary precondition to
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Back in mid-July, I wrote on InvestorPlace that it looked like shares of beaten up pharmacy retailer CVS (NYSE:CVS) were ready to breakout higher. The headwinds, which had plunged shares into dirt-cheap territory, were going to ease going forward, meaning that there was no reason for the dirt-cheap valuation to stick around. Source: Shutterstock Fast
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In a head-to-head comparison, it’s difficult to rank Walmart (NYSE:WMT) ahead of e-commerce giant Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) in terms of growth potential in the retail space. However, despite Walmart stock’s 28% rise so far this year, the firm still looks like a good choice for value investors. WMT stock has made huge strides in the e-commerce
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The retail sector depends largely on the health of the consumer, and a consumer’s buying power depends on the overall strength of the economy. With strong job numbers in the U.S. and no sign of a near-term slowdown, investors should look again at specialty retail stocks that may trend higher. When the market punished retail
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U.S. equities are rallying to fresh record highs on Monday thanks, yet again, to positive China trade headlines right before the open. The focus is shifting from whether a deal actually gets done — as well as specifics around thorny issues like intellectual property protection — to where President Donald Trump would like to get
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Shares of Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY) plunged in late October after the specialty e-retailer reported mixed third-quarter numbers that included a lame fourth-quarter guide. The broad implication? The Etsy growth narrative is slowing, with the revenue growth trajectory flattening out and margins starting to come under pressure. Source: quietbits / Shutterstock.com Heading into the print, ETSY stock
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