Stocks to buy

Black Rifle Coffee (BRCC) stock is trading at a very reasonable price. The company has recently added to its leadership team while demonstrating powerful revenue growth. Investors should consider buying BRCC stock if they’re on board with the company’s unique vision and mission. Source: YuniqueB / Shutterstock Utah-headquartered Black Rifle Coffee (NYSE:BRCC) might sound like
Although the market turmoil may have investors scrambling for cover, these retirement stocks can likely withstand the heat. Brookfield Infrastructure (BIPC): One of the largest owners and operators of critical global infrastructure networks, Brookfield presents unbeatable relevance. Duke Energy (DUK): A classic name among retirement stocks, Duke Energy’s pertinent business and compelling coverage map make
Undervalued fintech stocks, which have struggled in recent months could rebound in the coming quarters as consumers continue to embrace the digital financial future. Affirm (AFRM): A recently announced partnership with Fiserv (FISV) should increase the company’s customer base. PayPal (PYPL): Its new credit card offering could help increase revenues from transaction fees. SoFi Technologies
As market volatility continues, consider scooping up these seven high-quality REITs. Camden Property Trust (CPT): Still benefiting from booming housing demand in the U.S. sunbelt. Host Hotels & Resorts (HST): Upside from business travel recovery still not fully factored into its valuation. Independence Realty Trust (IRT): Apartment REIT with high exposure to inflation and robust
Electric vehicle (EV) stocks will likely benefit from increasing global demand. Blink Charging (BLNK): Revenue soars as international expansion continues. Li Auto (LI): Despite the recent pandemic resurgence in China, Li Auto is among the leading 10 EV names in China. Nio (NIO): Although the stock is at risk of delisting in the U.S., global operations
Although the conservative approach is to heed the warning of the broader market meltdown, these ideas are going against the grain. Chefs’ Warehouse (CHEF): A likely beneficiary of the retail revenge and revenge traveling phenomena, CHEF is an intriguing name among stocks to buy. TreeHouse Foods (THS): A multinational food processing firm specializing in private
Marijuana stocks have not delivered the returns investors had hoped for, but with a growing number of cannabis stocks turning a profit, interest in the industry could pop in 2022. Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) — With potential 102.78% upside, this cannabis-exposed REIT is expected to increase profit margins this year and is a great hedge against
Some of the Dow’s constituents possess lucrative buying opportunities as they exhibit quality in abundance. I’ve identified a few household names that could bolster your portfolio. Boeing (BA) – Investors haven’t picked up this reopening play just yet. Apple (AAPL) – Robust growth and economies of scale could curb its exposure to global supply-chain issues. Coca-Cola (KO) –