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Last week, Money Morning highlighted the best stocks to buy in tech, oil and natural gas, and emerging markets – and even featured two profitable beer stocks to nab before summer sales skyrocket.
One of our recommendations is a tech leader that has a stranglehold lead on a special smartphone component. Another tech stock we singled out is a top play in the billion-dollar U.S. robotics industry. And we highlighted two exchange-traded funds that are dominating broad emerging markets exposure.
Get these plus more of our latest, best stocks to buy.
Money Morning's List of Best Stocks to Buy Now
- A whipsaw stock market that's been cutting highflyers down to size this year has many retail investors dumping tech stocks and running for the "safety" of the sidelines. It's a mistake that Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson urged readers to avoid last week. He emphasized four reasons why tech stocks will do well in the final six months of the year – and then showed readers how to cash in on that run.
- Furthering his case for tech investing, Robinson offered up a tech stock he believes is set to double in price over the next few years. The company makes the "guts" of numerous manufacturers' smartphones – and it just keeps adding to its product offerings and bolstering its technology to stay ahead of challengers. "It's one you want to grab now, before Wall Street gets wise," Robinson told readers on Thursday.
- Iran's oil scene is changing – and quickly – for investors. The country's old-style buyback contracts with international oil companies have long been considered high-risk with little or no flexibility; they essentially allow Iran to own the oil company assets and allow the company a stream of profit. But Iran recently announced the introduction of a new generation of oil contract, one that promises to be considerably friendlier to foreign partners. Money Morning Resource Specialist Peter Krauth showed readers a play they can make now to be the first in line to profit…
- In December 2013, Money Morning Global Energy Strategist Dr. Kent Moors told readers about a way to invest directly in a new oil and gas drilling venture out of Texas. Last week brought great news – the project has struck oil and gas in very promising quantities. By day's end, more than 1,500 barrels were in the pit, and there was a steady gas flare of 50 feet. But Moors has zeroed in on another "sweet spot" in Texas, and investors who missed out on Money Map Project #1 won't want to miss out on this second opportunity…