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Meet Veeva Systems, a pricey stock worth considering.
Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY) is a big drugmaker recently trading at a bargain price
You might think of AT&T as just a phone company, but it's much more, offering cellphone service, internet service, satellite and streaming television service – and content, via its ownership of Time Warner.
Computing veteran IBM generated $11.5 billion of free cash flow over the past four quarters. The company turned around and poured $5.8 billion of that bounty straight into shareholders' pockets through dividend payouts.
Capital One is a growth-oriented company whose youth and tech focus are a big plus.
Intuitive Surgical helped pioneer the concept of robotic surgery.
ExxonMobil is suffering through a disrupted oil market, and it's going to be some time before supply and demand are brought back into some form of harmony. Yet over the longer run, ExxonMobil is well-positioned to thrive.
The demand for weapons hasn't changed – and the government is still a willing buyer. So consider General Dynamics for your portfolio.
If you’re looking for growth, value and income, give Gilead Sciences a closer look.
Shares of Warren Buffett’s company, Berkshire Hathaway, were recently trading at levels not seen in years, making them rather attractive for long-term investors.
With its track record of consistent annual revenue increases and its status as a provider of essentials during the COVID-19 shutdown and beyond, Walgreens looks like a prudent investment choice.
Even with the competitor challenges to its top-selling drug Humira, AbbVie’s earnings will increase by an average of close to 5% annually over the next five years, Wall Street analysts expect.
It’s easy to understand why investors would be wary of Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) right now. The company shut down Disney World and Disneyland because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with millions staying home now, sales will be depressed this year. But Disney is a good bet to rebound eventually, as it’s consistently posted profits over the years, and they’ve increased as well. From a profit of $7.5 billion in fiscal 2014, Disney’s profit rose 47% to $11.1 billion in 2019. Over five years, that’s an average annual growth rate of 8% – impressive for a company with a market value recently near $190 billion. It also has produced positive free cash flow in each of the past 10 years, which will help it absorb a financial hit this year.
Once the global pandemic fades, Pfizer should come roaring back.
Amazon.com stock recently hit an all-time high, but it often trades at a premium price – and then goes on to hit new highs.
The pandemic that’s underway is hitting many companies hard, but some businesses are more resilient than others. Consider Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
Investing in health care stocks for the long haul is a no-brainer, given the aging population and everyone’s need for at least occasional medical care. So consider multibillion-dollar Medtronic, the world’s largest medical device company by sales.
The stock market’s plunge has left many investors reeling, but for those with some cash and a long-term mindset, it’s a great opportunity to buy. Consider Apple.
Looking to invest in these turbulent times and worried about the effect of the COVID-19 epidemic on business? Consider CVS Health.
United Rentals isn’t a household name, but maybe it should be.