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10 Best POWR Ratings Stocks

Investors love using our POWR Ratings to track down stocks likely to outperform the S&P 500 (SPY). However, on any given day there are over 1,300 that are Buy rated. This leads customers to reach out to us to discover which are the BEST of these stocks. Today I share the answer including details on the current 10 best POWR Ratings stocks. Get the rest below...

: SPY |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Are Stocks Ready to Break to New Highs?

The stock market (SPY) is on a 5 day winning streak and now less than 1% away from the all time highs. This quickly shakes off weeks of painful pullbacks and volatility. Is the market truly ready to ascend to new heights or is this another fake out before the next leg lower? Find out the rest below...

: TTSH |  News, Ratings, and Charts

TTSH is this Week’s Featured Stock 

The Tile Shop Holdings (TTSH) is a leading specialty retailer of manufactured and natural stone tiles. The company has staged an impressive earnings turnaround. Read more to find out why the stock is a good buy into year-end.

: AMAT |  News, Ratings, and Charts

Buy These 3 Tech Stocks Before They Soar Further

Tech stocks, which were underperformers at the start of the year, have made their way back as investors have been buying on the dip. Many of these stocks, which include Applied Materials Inc. (AMAT), KLA Corporation (KLAC), and Amdocs Limited (DOX) are currently in an uptrend and are expected to continue this momentum.

: GSK |  News, Ratings, and Charts

GlaxoSmithKline: My Top Value Stock for the Week

GlaxoSmithKline PLC (GSK) is one of the biggest pharmaceuticals companies in the world. The firm, which has a focus in HIV, vaccines, and cancers, is seeing a lot of success with new drugs and plenty more in the pipeline. Better yet, the stock is still very undervalued, which is why investors should consider adding it to their portfolios.

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NASDAQ: INFN | Infinera Corporation News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Downgraded Tech Stocks to Avoid in Q4

The pandemic-led technology boom seems to be cooling down now due in-part to the prolonged semiconductor chip and components shortages that are creating production bottlenecks. Given the industry’s slowing growth, we think Infinera (INFN) and Latch, Inc. (LTCH) are best avoided now, considering their bleak fundamentals. Also, analysts have recently downgraded these two stocks. Read on.

: SMMNY | Siemens Healthineers AG News, Ratings, and Charts

IDEXX Laboratories vs. Siemens Healthineers: Which Veterinary Stock is a Better Buy?

Increasing pet adoption and heightened expenditure on animal health care have helped veterinary companies achieve solid growth amid the pandemic. And we think two prominent industry participants, Siemens Healthineers (SMMNY) and IDEXX Laboratories (IDXX), should benefit from the industry’s long-term growth prospects. But which of these stocks is a better buy now? Read more to find out.

NYSE: MPC | Marathon Petroleum Corp. News, Ratings, and Charts

Afraid of Inflation? Consider Buying These 4 Energy Stocks That Pay Dividends

Rising inflation, fueled by supply chain disruptions and rising oil prices, could foster significant market volatility in the near term. However, analysts expect rising oil and natural gas prices to continue benefiting the energy sector. Therefore, we think dividend-paying energy stocks Marathon Petroleum (MPC), Continental Resources (CLR), Woodside Petroleum (WOPEY), and PDC Energy (PDCE) could be solid bets now. Let's discuss.

NYSE: LUV | Southwest Airlines Company  News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Airline Stocks to Buy as Oil Prices Remain Elevated

The airline industry is rebounding from pandemic-driven losses last year, with solid progress on the vaccination front and easing travel restrictions. However, elevated oil prices are a major headwind against the industry’s recovery. Nevertheless, irrespective of high oil prices, we think fundamentally sound airlines stocks Southwest Airlines (LUV), Delta Air Lines (DAL), United Airlines (UAL), and American Airlines (AAL) could be solid bets now. Read on.

NASDAQ: SEDG | SolarEdge Technologies, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

4 Downgraded Solar Stocks to Avoid

With concerns over rising input costs, Guggenheim analysts have downgraded solar stocks SolarEdge Technologies (SEDG), First Solar (FSLR), Shoals Technologies (SHLS), and Array Technologies (ARRY. These stocks look overvalued at their current price levels, so we think they are best avoided now. Read on.

NASDAQ: WATT | Energous Corporation News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Energous Corp. a Good Penny Stock to Buy?

Wireless charging solutions company Energous (WATT) has had several positive developments, but losses widened in the second quarter. So, let’s find out if it is time to bet on this penny stock.

NASDAQ: ADI | Analog Devices, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Smart Tech Stocks to Add to Your Portfolio

With the continuing remote working trend and increasing applications of smart tech solutions, the technology industry is expected to continue gaining in the near term. As such, we think it could be wise to bet on fundamentally sound tech stocks Analog Devices (ADI), VMware (VMW), and Synopsys (SNPS). So, let’s evaluate these names closely.

NYSE: CO | Global Cord Blood Corporation  News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Healthcare Stocks Under $5 Rated 'Buy' in the POWR Ratings

With the continued spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant in several parts of the world, the healthcare industry continues to command investors’ attention. The industry is also expected to continue growing on the rising demand for treatments for chronic diseases. Thus, we think it could be wise to bet on quality healthcare stocks Global Cord Blood (CO) and So-Young International (SY), which are trading at less than $5 per share. These names are also rated ‘Strong Buy’ or ‘Buy’ in our proprietary POWR Ratings system. Read on.

NYSE: KMI | Kinder Morgan, Inc.  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Kinder Morgan a Winner in the Oil and Gas Industry?

The energy sector has attracted much investor attention so far this year on rallying oil and natural gas prices amid rebounding demand. The industry tailwinds have favored Kinder Morgan's (KMI) financial performance in the latest quarter. However, we think KMI’s near-term prospects look uncertain given the continued spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant, which could hinder future energy demand. Let’s discuss.

NYSE: IT | Gartner, Inc.  News, Ratings, and Charts

3 Buy-Rated Stocks in A-Rated Industries

Our POWR Ratings system makes it easy to find stocks that are more likely to outperform. Investors just need to look for stocks that have an overall grade of A or B. But, you can go a step further, and only invest in A or B stocks in industries rated an A or B. That's why investors should consider Gartner, Inc. (IT), Signet Jewelers (SIG), and CRA International, Inc. (CRAI), which are three such stocks.

NYSE: SPY | SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust News, Ratings, and Charts

How De-bottlenecking Will Provide a Further Boost to the Stock Market

Last week's melt-up in stocks has continued. Now, "melt-up" isn't typically thought of as a scientific term and it's kind of a ridiculous name, to be honest, but I'm attempting to make it something more technical and definable. My definition is that it's a period of time when stock prices rise with every subsequent close being above the previous day's low. This means the S&P 500 (SPY) has been "melting up" for 9 trading sessions for a more than 5% gain. Equally important, it's corresponded to a risk-on period with an abundance of stocks making new highs and outperformance in small/mid/growth stocks which have benefitted our portfolio. In today's commentary, I will connect the melt-up theme to previous musings on why Q4 will be bullish including fund manager positioning. Then I will provide an update on the three broad categories of stocks - growth, value, and reflation - and why I'm now adding a 4th category. Read on below to find out more…

NYSE: IBM | International Business Machines Corporation News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Buy-Rated Dow Jones Stocks That Pay More Than a 4% Dividend yield

The benchmark indices have delivered solid performances this month on the back of strong corporate earnings. Alas, however, the upbeat earnings season is not expected to continue. So, for investors seeking to bet on Dow Jones stocks to secure a steady income stream, we think International Business Machines (IBM) and Dow (DOW) could be ideal bets. The dividends paid by these stocks yield more than 4%. Read on.

NYSE: T | AT&T Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

2 Top-Rated S&P 500 Stocks That Pay More Than a 7% Dividend Yield

Following a period of instability earlier this month, the major stock market averages ended higher last week, marking three weeks of gains. The S&P 500 closed at a record high yesterday, with corporate earnings impressing investors. Therefore, we think S&P 500 stocks AT&T (T) and Altria (MO), which pay dividends that yield more than 7%, could be solid additions to one’s portfolio. Read on.

NYSE: SYY | Sysco Corp. News, Ratings, and Charts

Sysco vs. US Foods: Which Food Distribution Stock is a Better Choice?

Supply chain disruptions, a slowdown in shipping, and rising demand with the upcoming holiday season have led to rising food prices. Therefore, we think food distribution companies Sysco (SYY) and US Foods (USFD) should benefit. But which of these two stocks is a better buy now? Read more to find out.

NYSE: SIG | Signet Jewelers Limited Common Shares News, Ratings, and Charts

Got $4,000? These 4 Fashion Stocks Are Great Buys

Despite suffering several business constraints related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the fashion industry has now reclaimed its pre-pandemic levels, thanks in many respects to its efforts in strengthening digital platforms. Furthermore, rising consumer spending and pent-up demand are fueling the fashion industry’s growth. We think these factors should help fundamentally sound fashion stocks Signet Jewelers (SIG), Oxford Industries (OXM), Caleres (CAL), and Movado (MOV) deliver solid returns in the coming months. Let’s discuss these names.

NYSE: ALL | Allstate Corporation (The)  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Allstate Setting Up for a Big Move?

Allstate Corporation (ALL) has been trading in a sideways trading range where the stock has formed a resistance line and a level of support. At some point, the stock is expected to either break through the resistance or fall through its support. This could result in a breakout or a breakdown. Read more to learn how to take advantage of this trading opportunity.

NASDAQ: SALM | Salem Media Group, Inc. -  News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Salem Media Group a Good Broadcasting Stock to Buy Now?

Shares of the major multimedia company Salem Media (SALM) have been surging in price lately on investor enthusiasm surrounding former President Trump’s announcement that he plans to build a new social media platform and SALM’s ties with the former President. However, given the company’s poor profitability and inability to generate better cash flows, will the company be able to sustain its stock’s price rally? Read on to learn more.

NASDAQ: FTEK | Fuel Tech, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Fuel Tech a Good Green Energy Stock to Add to Your Portfolio?

The shares of Fuel Tech (FTEK), a provider of air pollution management technologies, are gaining momentum on increasing demand for environmentally sustainable green energy solutions. The company has secured a strong foothold in the industry, with disruptive product and service offerings. However, with negative profit margins, is FTEK a good bet now? Read more to find out.

: ACI | Albertsons Companies, Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

Is Albertsons Cos. A Buy After Reporting Earnings?

Shares of food and drug retailer Albertsons Companies (ACI) have soared in price since the company reported impressive second-quarter earnings on October 18. But can the stock maintain its rally in a high-inflation environment? Let’s find out.

NASDAQ: AMAT | Applied Materials Inc. News, Ratings, and Charts

Applied Materials vs. Lam Research: Which Semiconductor Stock is a Better Investment?

Increasing investments are being made in the semiconductor industry to address a global chip shortage and meet surging demand across industries worldwide. This, along with recent technological breakthroughs, makes the prospects bright for companies in this space. As such, both Applied Materials (AMAT) and Lam Research (LRCX) should benefit from the industry’s growth. But which of these stocks is a better buy now? Let’s find out.

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