As people come out of their homes and start traveling again, demand for oil will go up. These companies are likely to profit from rising oil prices with strong return on equity and solid value.
The end of the pandemic is in sight, and travel is beginning again. While these stocks took a beating over the last year, some of them may be looking up as people start booking holidays after being cooped up inside for a year. However with the last year being brutal for airline stocks, the list below looks for the companies that have come out with the best balance sheets.
With governments around the world enacting policies to turn their energy grids green, renewable energy stocks look like they could be the future. Being capital intensive businesses, the list below looks for the stocks with strong return on equity and healthy balance sheets.
Technology companies have proved to be the best performing stocks over the last few decades, and with technology developing so quickly, there is no reason to believe that trend will stop now. The list below sorts for stocks with high estimated return on equity over the next few years.
Everybody needs energy to power their daily lives, so energy companies have a constant stream of customers, and could prove to be a great investment with strong return on equity, healthy balance sheets and solid value.
Even though biotechnology stocks can be very risky, they can also offer some of the biggest rewards with huge profits on offer when you find the right one. The companies below all have reasonable balance sheets and value, giving the best chance of finding a gem.
For centuries, people have become rich through gold, and the momentum doesn’t appear to be stopping now, so here is a list of the top gold stocks. The list below has found the stocks most likely to grow in the next few years while maintaining reasonable value.
Companies that analysts expect to have high earnings, revenue or cash flow growth in the next 3 years.
Companies that are potentially undervalued based on future cash flows and market ratios.