In the spirit of World Cup competition, we're holding our own tournament in search of the Better Stock Today. We're pitting 32 companies against each other and you, the reader, will determine the winner.
Tech analyst Max Macaluso believes one of the top reasons to be an InvenSense bull today has to do with the company's tremendous growth potential. This sensor specialist has already benefited from wider adoption of mobile devices, and looks poised to also benefit from the growing wearable technology trend. Couple that with its dedication to research and development, and InvenSense can be a market leader over the long-term.
Joel South, energy analyst at The Motley Fool, thinks newly minted DistributionNow is worthy of your vote as this energy equipment supplier looks to consolidate the fragmented energy supply chain segment by purchasing bolt-on acquisitions and leveraging its presence in 20 countries to be the one stop shop for energy producers and service providers in the world's oil fields. With 19% market share, no debt, and proven leadership, DistributionNow has the tools to disrupt the status quo and reward shareholders along the way.
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Warren Buffett just called this emerging technology a "real threat" to his biggest cash-cow. While Buffett shakes in his billionaire-boots, only a few investors are embracing this new market which experts say will be worth over $2 trillion. It won't be long before everyone on Wall Street wises up, that's why The Motley Fool is releasing this timely investor alert. Click here to learn more about what's keeping Buffett up at night and the one public company we're calling the "brains behind" the technology.
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Joel South owns shares of InvenSense. Max Macaluso, Ph.D. has no position in any stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends InvenSense and NOW.. The Motley Fool owns shares of InvenSense and NOW.. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.