As hackers, phrackers, and crackers work to breach corporate and consumer data, Barracuda Networks, F5 Networks and Check Point Software will surge in 2014.
Amazon's proposed price increase of its popular Amazon Prime streaming service can help Google and Comcast gain market share.
Anheuser-Busch InBev, Craft Brew Alliance, and Boston Beer are sure to score with football fans.
As more Americans install photovoltaic (PV) solar panels, continue to look for SunPower Corporation, SolarCity and SunEdison to shine in 2014.
As the FCC ponders in-flight phone use, two established firms will capitalize should the FCC allow in-flight phone calls. Gogo and ViaSat will carve up the in-flight communication space.
As more consumers fix their own vehicles, companies like O’Reilly Automotive, AutoZone, and Monro Muffler Brake will continue to grow.
Get smart -- look to post-secondary education for profits.
As data shapes the world around us, firms that successfully manage that data will profit.
The largest share (70%) of new jobs in 2013 are part-time jobs. Kelly, Kforce, and Insperity are three winners in this current "feast or famine," sub-30-hours-per-week job market.
While the techies tinker with Healthcare.gov, health insurance stocks have surged. Lannett Company, AmerisourceBergen, and Universal Health Services are three more potential big winners now that the Affordable Care Act is a reality.