Stocks to buy

Over the past six months, big-box retailer Costco (NASDAQ:COST) has proven itself to be a resilient holding for long-term investors. Costco stock fell below $300 per share in March but has since made its way to new highs amid the novel coronavirus outbreak. Source: ilzesgimene / Shutterstock.com Costco is always a buy on a pullback,
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There are several sectors where companies leverage for growth. Leverage can be productive when the industry or GDP growth is robust. On the other hand, in times of economic downturn, leverage can stress the balance sheet and result in potential bankruptcy. There are also less capital-intensive sectors that require less debt. Further, there are companies
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CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: CRWD) has had an epic run this year and has more than tripled off its March novel coronavirus lows. That’s not necessarily unusual for a tech stock these days, and particularly not for one based in the cloud. But what’s next for CRWD stock, and does this cloud-based security darling still
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If you’ve restricted yourself to domestic stocks, then you could be missing out on the virtually unstoppable growth of a massive and successful Chinese company. I’m referring to Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), the e-commerce giant, as the momentum in Alibaba stock isn’t likely to slow down. Source: testing / Shutterstock.com Of course, a black-swan event such as
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As the world returns to normalcy, the airline stocks are having trouble adjusting. Sure, Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) and others burst higher from the 2020 lows. But DAL stock and others have since pulled back even as the economy continues to get back into action. Source: NextNewMedia / Shutterstock.com Some will argue
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It’s not the most famous cloud-based tech firm on the planet, but Fastly (NYSE:FSLY) is a name that’s gaining traction lately. The buzz surrounding FSLY stock is well-earned as this company is far from a cloud-computing Johnny-come-lately. Source: Shutterstock Commentators shouldn’t throw the word “innovator” around lightly. However, the term is entirely appropriate in the
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Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock surged to all time highs above $1,200 in early July after the electric vehicle (EV) giant reported second quarter delivery numbers which whizzed past expectations and showed that, despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the company’s secular growth narrative isn’t slowing down at all. Source: Shutterstock Tesla was supposed to deliver 83,000 cars in
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