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If you're wondering what stocks to buy today, you've come to the right place.
You see, every day our Money Morning experts deliver the best stocks to buy across a range of sectors. Then each week we collect the latest recommendations in one roundup, in case you missed any.
Last week, Money Morning Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson shared the best way to profit from an $18.3 billion tech sector trend currently flying under Wall Street's radar.
Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald explained how the Saudi "oil pricing war" has created an ideal investment scenario in the energy sector.
And Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani revealed a healthcare "Disruptor" combating major diseases with game-changing new technologies.
And there's much more. You can find all of last week's picks here in our latest list detailing what stocks to buy today...
What Stocks to Buy Today: 9 New Picks
- Software companies have enviably high profit margins because they don't have costly plant and equipment expenses like hardware companies do. Just compare Oracle Corp.'s (Nasdaq: ORCL) 38% operating margins to those of highly respected chip firm NVIDIA Corp. (Nasdaq: NVDA) at 16%. Those lofty profit margins have caught the eye of private equity firms, triggering a series of four leveraged buyout deals worth a combined $18.3 billion over the last year and a half. This lucrative trend has as yet gone unnoticed by Wall Street, and that spells opportunity for investors. But Money Morning Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson doesn't recommend trying to spot the next software buyout candidate. Without inside information, that strategy is too risky. He instead outlined a way to take advantage of investors collectively bidding up shares of the software companies that remain. It's an exchange-traded fund that touches a broad swath of the entire global tech industry. This targeted investment sets us up to profit from future software M&A. It also offers market-beating returns. It's up 48.42% over the last two years, compared to the S&P 500's 33.52%...