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The top 2 growth stocks worth buying in 2021 and beyond

The top 2 growth stocks worth buying in 2021 and beyond

TOP Stocks The stock market has grown at a breakneck pace over the last 18 months. The S&P 500 Index has doubled in value since mid-March 2020. The bull market may continue despite some lingering concerns about supply chain issues. For example, analysts predict that the powerful e-commerce hub and up-and-coming cybersecurity business will see…
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The 2 best stocks to buy now for $1,000

The 2 best stocks to buy now for $1,000

If you have any money left over, say $1,000, you may put it to work for you and add to it. To make it work, you’ll need to put it in a place where it can make a decent profit. The stock market has an average annual return of about ten percent over time. Investing…
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2 COVID stocks that could soon double

2 COVID stocks that could soon double

Because anything can happen in the near term, claiming that buying a stock is a surefire way to double your money quickly is ridiculous. Investors, on the other hand, are bullish on these three health-care companies, and there are reasons to be enthusiastic in the short term. Continue reading to learn why Novavax ( NASDAQ:…
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In September, keep a watch on two Chinese stocks.

In September, keep a watch on two Chinese stocks.

Investing in Chinese stocks is a risky proposition given the current state of affairs in China. The government’s crackdowns, the cancellation of initial public offerings, and the tightening of regulations are all alarming. Regulatory bodies have recently chastised ride-hailing apps for using unqualified drivers and misleading advertising. There are also concerns that Chinese accounting standards…
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Which stocks just broke their all-time high?

Which stocks just broke their all-time high?

IMPORTANT TO KNOW There are stock market giants that, even in an era of global economic instability, have shown steady growth. Those companies were Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN), which made its highest close, and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), which was much cheaper, but not prevented from making a 52-week high. Let’s take a closer look at each…
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