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Best stocks to buy 2015: Each week our group of experts delivers the best profit plays for our Money Morning Members – all for free.
Last week, Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson found an exchange-traded fund that provides investors the rare combination of income and appreciation.
Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald bet on two global companies set to shine through an Asian country's troubled economy.
And Executive Editor Bill Patalon showcased three promising companies that play off key trends that are front and center at one of the hottest trade shows on Earth.
You can find all of last week's recommendations here in our newest list of the best stocks to buy now.
Money Morning's Best Stocks to Buy Now
When it comes to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Money Morning Executive Editor Bill Patalon says it's "the single best place to gauge the state of Silicon Valley innovation." This year's event, from Jan. 6 to Jan. 9, emphasizes three tech stock topics we've been talking about over the past few years. One of them, the so-called "Internet of Everything" (IoE), will bring a household conglomerate $1.1 billion in sales growth. Patalon examines the two other CES tech topics and two more companies ready to explode from them…
- Unique approaches to investing can pay off. For Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald, that means passing on a trend and playing what he calls an "anti-trend." And there's one in Japan right now. The country has been slipping deeper into a recession since consumption tax was raised to 8% last April. To profit from it, he says "concentrate on where the money is moving – and that's right to the top of the heap." Japan's economic woes provide two interesting opportunities for investors. And both are global mega-cap companies with low price-to-sales ratios that make them a steal…