MasTec is a company poised to benefit further from increased telecom and energy infrastructure spending. If you believe in the long-term potential for renewable energy sources like solar and wind, MasTec is also likely to play a significant part.
Stocks of Canadian Telecommunications service providers have sold off dramatically this year. Slow growth in the domestic economy, along with an uncertain transition to mobile phone usage has likely been of concern by investors. In fact, the company and stock that has performed the best is that of a wireless company, Rogers Corp. A look into the strategies taken by these companies will help to discover if they are good long-term holdings.
Dow giant United Technologies has the wind at its back in terms of its aerospace businesses, thanks to the upturn in aircraft production. But, what will carry the company over the next several years? It could be its construction-related businesses. It and other commercial construction related companies are poised for solid performances.
Producers of flow technology products are on track to perform well this year and in subsequent years. Stock prices are apt to follow. These companies are manufacturers of equipment and systems that support the processing of food and beverages, oil & gas, wastewater, and numerous other materials. They serve a wide range of industries that are mostly on track for growth.
Passenger airlines can take several different forms, all potentially being lucrative to the company and shareholders. Here are companies that exemplify the factors that make airlines profitable and growing companies that are worth investing in for the long term.
The sporting-goods retailers exhibit mostly favorable metrics, including same-store sales growth and increases in their store counts. Retailers with these positive trends tend to have growing earnings. Lets take a look and see if the companies would make good investments for the long term.
Whether you're looking to take a more conservative investment approach or just enhance your portfolio return, high-yielding stocks may well be worth considering.
It looks like the airline industry may indeed be in store for more consistently good earnings.
Smaller carriers, nimbly capitalizing on growing demand for short-haul flights, might become the best investments in the airline sector.
Auto parts makers' earnings are mostly on pace to soar, thanks to increased vehicle production and demand.
In continuing with my theme of domestic-born energy sources, I would like to overview several natural gas and propane stocks.
The electrical equipment industry is marked by certain aspects that investors should seek out in companies they are considering for investment. Specifically, the best sector participants are highlighted by one or more of the following features: Expansion into emerging geographical markets, accretive acquisitions, capitalizing on positive economic trends, and a broadening of existing technologies into untapped product markets. One example of each, by way of a representative company, should help investors decide where to invest.
As manufacturing activity, industrial production, and construction metrics improve, it may well be a good time to seek out stocks from the industrial sector that offer value propositions. U