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Popular Posts: 9 Biotechnology Stocks to Buy Now3 Communications Equipment Stocks to Buy Now4 Pharmaceutical Stocks to Buy Now Recent Posts: 17 “Triple A” Stocks to Buy 17 “Triple A” Stocks to Buy 17 “Triple A” Stocks to Buy View All Posts This week, 17 stocks get A’s (“strong buy”) in Portfolio Grader‘s three main grading categories, Total Grade, Overall Fundamental Grade and Quantitative Grade. These are the best of the best in the entire Portfolio Grader database. This week, there are 4,292 stocks and only these 17 get top marks in all categories to make the elite “Triple A” stocks list. Here they are: Top 5 Communications Equipment Companies To Invest In 2016: TomTom NV (OEM) TomTom NV is a Netherlands-based supplier of location and navigation products and services. The Companys structure consists of four customer facing business units, namely Consumer, Automotive, Business Solutions and Licensing. The first three … Continue reading

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Technology continues to be a top sector to buy at the major Wall Street firms that we cover at 24/7 Wall Street. One of the top areas that could show strong upside this year is the applied and emerging technology subsector. While many of the names are well known, and leaders in their respective categories, they often seem to be overshadowed by the mega-cap technology names. In a new report from J.P. Morgan, the analysts focus on the stocks that have groundbreaking technology and applications. These are companies that may have the ability to grow earnings and margins far faster than some of their mega-cap brethren. They are also the companies that some of the huge players may have their eye on. Here are some of the top applied and emerging technology stocks to buy at J.P. Morgan with strong upside potential. Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) makes the list at … Continue reading

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Canada’s economic growth picked up in July, as gross domestic product (GDP) grew 0.6 percent month over month, beating economists’ expectations by a tenth of a percentage point. That number largely offsets the prior month’s decline of 0.5 percent, which resulted from historic flooding in Alberta and a province-wide strike in Quebec. Among the underlying numbers, construction showed the strongest gain, up 1.9 percent after June’s decline of 2.1 percent. According to Bloomberg’s weighted average of economists’ forecasts, Canada’s third-quarter GDP is expected to grow at an annualized rate of 2.24 percent, while full-year GDP is forecast to come in at 1.7 percent, flat compared to last year’s result. Over the medium to long term, Canada’s central bankers still anticipate the country’s rotation toward greater export activity and business investment. Best Long Term Companies To Own In Right Now: WestJet Airlines Ltd (WJA) WestJet Airlines Ltd. (WestJet) provides airline service … Continue reading

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Search Jim Cramer’s “Mad Money” trading recommendations using our exclusive “Mad Money” Stock Screener. NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Here’s what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks callers offered up during the “Mad Money Lightning Round” Friday evening: Starbucks (SBUX): “I like this stock so much I’d buy some even up here.” Pembina Pipeline (PBA): “No, that’s Canadian and I don’t recommend Canada right now.” Hexcel (HXL): “This, along with BE Aerospace (BEAV), are really fine companies.” Cheniere Energy (LNG): “I’d let it come in a little, then buy.” Northern Tier Energy (NTI): “No, I like EOG Resources (EOG). That’s the one you want to be in.” Valero Energy (VLO): “I don’t like the refiners that much, I like the exploration and production guys like EOG.” To read a full recap of “Mad Money” on CNBC, click here. To sign up for Jim Cramer’s free Booyah! newsletter … Continue reading

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In fast-growing markets, its not always the biggest company that shows the greatest improvement. While size isn’t the only reason that Transocean’s (NYSE: RIG  ) recent quarter underwhelmed, it certainly helped. Following on the heels of many of its peers, displaying only 4% growth in quarterly revenue just didn’t measure up. Unfortunately for the company, the majority of its growth came from two sectors that only account for around 25% of total revenues. The largest segment, and arguably the most important in the industry, is the deepwater market which accounted for 72% of quarterly revenue. Trouble with rig equipment and unforeseen downtime raised operating expenses. With big decisions on the horizon surrounding the company’s dividend policy and its board of directors, Transocean certainly can’t afford to fall too far behind its peers operationally. I have faith in the offshore drilling industry and believe that Transocean will stay on course, but my … Continue reading