10 Promising Stocks to Consider
These companies are growing their competitive advantages--and their stocks are undervalued.
Sometimes, it's easy to spot potential. Take, for instance, Michael Jordan. It was obvious from the get-go that Jordan’s NBA career held great promise--though maybe none of us realized just how very great that promise was.
Other times, though, future ability isn't as obvious. During his first NBA season in Utah, John Stockton played fewer than 20 minutes per game--and his 0.471 field-goal shooting percentage was the lowest of his Hall-of-Fame career. That didn’t look nearly as promising.
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