- Posted July 20, 2014 by
5 best stocks to buy in 2014 year
CEO | I.B. Capital Management
Don't give up on this bull market yet — it still has room to run, thanks to stronger economic and corporate underpinnings. Also key: improving sentiment among investors.Money never sleeps - We all know this quotes, but sometimes we don't know how to earn our capital, if we have some of fund where to invest and what will be return from investment? Global financial market gives to all permission and unique chance to earn capital through speculation, maybe this isn't easy for understand but global financial market shows us way of success.
We want or not today stock market is a best place for all investors to increase their capital and find much gains. 2014 year is very difficult year with it's political and economical problems, but every investors and investment adviser's will must share some of attention before investing.
I want to provide 5 best stocks to buy in 2014 year:
1) Coca - Cola
52-week high: $43.43
52-week low: $35.58
Annual revenues: $47.3 billion
Projected 2014 earnings growth: 6.7 percent
Coca-Cola (KO) has trailed the market significantly for the past two years, under fire from competitors as well as from policymakers who want citizens to slim down
2) Air Lease
52-week high: $33.57
52-week low: $21.08
Annual revenues: $796 million
Projected 2014 earnings growth: 29.1 percent
The dynamic duo who turned International Lease Finance Corp. into an airplane-leasing giant in the 1980s, Steven Udvar-Házy and John Plueger, came out of semi-retirement to launch Air Lease (AL) in 2010. Since then, the company has built a fleet of 174 jets, which are leased to more than 75 airlines.
52-week high: $76
52-week low: $31.05
Annual revenues: $1.5 billion
Projected 2014 earnings growth: 34.5 percent
Cree (CREE) is a leader in the manufacture of light-emitting diodes, or LEDs. These energy-sipping bulbs, which require up to 85 percent less power than traditional bulbs and can last up to 25 times longer than traditional bulbs, are gaining popularity. Only about 3 percent of the U.S. population currently uses them, but government price subsidies are making them more popular and affordable.
Cree is also stepping into the solar-power industry. That should help light up sales and profits for years to come and justifies the stock's rich price, which amounts to 34 times estimated earnings.
4) Howard Hughes
52-week high: $121.68
52-week low: $70.74
Annual revenues: $461 million
Projected 2014 earnings growth: 214.8 percent
Howard Hughes (HHC) real estate holdings include 60 acres in Honolulu as well as property in New York City's South Street Seaport and the booming Woodlands planned community in Houston. When the Hawaii real estate is fully developed, it could be worth Hughes' entire market value. Hughes is the biggest holding in columnist Andrew Feinberg's hedge fund, CJA Partners, LP. The stock has tripled in three years, but sees it rising another 50 percent by November 2014.
5) Occidental Petrolium
52-week high: $99.42
52-week low: $72.69
Annual revenues: $24.5 billion
Projected 2014 earnings growth: 3.7 percent
A major energy producer, Occidental Petroleum (OXY) has an edge over many of its peers: It gets the bulk of its energy from politically stable North America, and most of that energy is in liquid form, which benefits from a favorable balance of supply and demand. Oxy also boasts a superb balance sheet, with plenty of cash for dividends and share buybacks.
To boost Oxy's long-moribund stock price, the company has launched a restructuring plan, which initially involves selling assets to raise cash. Morningstar analyst Allen Good thinks Oxy's stock is a bargain.