Stocks to buy

Growth stocks enjoyed a resurgent 2023 that has carried into 2024. The recovery has been more pronounced for some growth stocks than others. Industrial tailwinds, financial growth, and valuations have all played a role in growth stocks that have outperformed the market. Despite strong rallies, some growth stocks are poised to extend their gains. Rising
Real estate investment trusts or REITs can offer investors sitting on the fence a viable approach to the market. Simply put, the structure of these businesses requires them to distribute the majority of their taxable income to shareholders. These dividends can provide support during periods of ambiguity, such as right now. Another factor that helps
Despite experiencing ups and downs in 2023, work-from-home stocks continue to offer significant upside in our changing economy. The pandemic-induced remote work shift saw an average worker spending over 60% of their workdays from home in 2020. And, in 2023 it hit 25%, which remains firmly entrenched. So, this suggests it will stay this way
For big gains, it’s often beneficial to own growth stocks. These are securities of companies that are typically younger and less established than so-called “value stocks” but are expanding rapidly to take market share in their respective sector. These companies might not always be profitable, but they have a big opportunity to grow at an exponential rate. 
Space stocks offer tremendous upside potential for investors willing to stomach the risk. Backed by innovative ventures, companies involved in the space sector are effectively turning the once-distant cosmos into a viable investment opportunity beyond niche projects such as satellite deployments and lunar missions. Moreover, as outer space becomes more accessible, the industry showcases massive
Analysts often lump stocks into binary categories. Either a company is a growth play or a value name. It can deliver large capital gains or a meaningful dividend. While these mental frameworks may often help categorize companies, these limitations don’t always apply. In fact, there can be cases where a bargain high-yield stock also has