Investors in Amazon.com often tout cloud computing and other digital services as the next big growth engine for the company, but don't forget about the company's bread-and-butter e-commerce business.
Missed analyst expectations caused shares of Amazon.com to plummet following earnings, but the long-term story hasn't changed.
Despite tremendous growth and momentum, Amazon.com has a few weaknesses to address as it furthers its mission to create the perfect customer experience.
By focusing on a few basic strength, Amazon.com continues to gain market share and disrupt the world of retail which has big implications for Wal-Mart Stores and Best Buy.
Chipotle has been a fantastic growth story, but risks remain that shareholders must monitor.
Chipotle increased revenue by 17% during the first three quarters of 2013, and there is no sign of this strong growth slowing down.
Pacific Drilling's New Rig, Pacific Khamsin, began operations in December, and this rig will significantly increase the company's revenue, cash flow, and EBITDA.
Chipotle had a tremendous 2013, but the company is still far from perfect and faces strong competition from the likes of Jack In the Box Inc. and Panera Bread.
After another impressive year of market-beating returns in 2013, Chipotle is poised for further gains thanks to its continued focus on its core strengths that trump competitors Yum! Brands and Jack in the Box.
Tesla Motors has proven to be one of the most polarizing and volatile stocks in the market recently, but in reality the long-term picture isn't too different.