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Our group of Money Morning experts continues to deliver – for free – the best stocks to buy for readers who want to build a strong portfolio today. And each week we collect the latest recommendations in one roundup, in case you missed any.
Last week, Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald found a stock currently trading under $2 per share, but is ready to boom from one of the most dynamic of his six "Unstoppable Global Trends."
Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson recommends a household name poised for handsome earnings over the next five years. This tech giant has been quietly and steadily rebuilding, repositioning, and refocusing itself…
And Small-Cap Investing Strategist Sid Riggs likes an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that stands to profit from attempted assaults on personal information.
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
- The term "human augmentation" can mean prosthetics, cyborgs, and "The Terminator." But it really means a $17 billion trend that investors can get a piece of, today. Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald told readers in October 2014 about a "wearable robots" company that's set to go from pennies to $21.14 a share by 2020. But he's revising his forecast and taking that number higher. Now he's projecting a share price of $21.85. That would be a 1,483% rise from today's price of $1.38 in just five years. Get this company's name here.
- Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson uses five rules to help him find the best stocks to buy in tech. The first rule is "great companies have great operations." That means finding a leader who knows how to grow a franchise and unlock a company's value. Robinson has a perfect example with the CEO of this tech giant. This leader recently helped the company's market cap surpass Google Inc.'s (Nasdaq: GOOG, GOOGL) $210.38 billion for the first time since 2013. That's because it's about to dominate a computing sector potentially worth $241 billion in five years. Find out the company here so you can profit from its staggering long-term growth…