Why invest in Growth Stocks?
Growth stocks are an ideal investment vehicle if you want to grow your wealth and are able to devote at least a few minutes a day to managing your portfolio.
The ideal growth company has the following characteristics:
- It is growing both revenues and earnings at a rate of at least 10% from the same period in the prior year.
- It has great potential for future growth.
- It has healthy profit margins and cash flow.
- It is not yet loved by the masses, but it has a growing institutional following, which provides some stability and predictability to the stock’s price action.
- Finally, the stock itself is going up.
Cabot’s past winners include Home Depot, Cisco System, Apple, Amazon.com, eBay, Crocs, Monster Beverage, Las Vegas Sands, First Solar, Chipotle Mexican Grill and many more.
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