These companies could be long-term winners for your income-focused portfolio.
These tech leaders have earnings reports on the horizon and could deliver big AI news.
Despite last month's double-digit rally, the telecom stock is trading down roughly 10% year to date.
The search engine and digital input company's stock got a lift after its parent made an acquisition move.
The real estate services company benefited from market momentum and housing data, but less encouraging indicators have arrived in October.
The semiconductor sector got a boost from some encouraging developments in the trade war.
Market momentum and management's fresh guidance helped the beauty-supplies stock post double-digit gains.
Trade tensions are hindering performance, but the company's stock is still up roughly 19% on the year.
The cybersecurity stock suffered a double-digit slide last month, but shares are still up roughly 15% year to date.
The microloan company is posting impressive growth and trades at low multiples, but big risks remain.
One of these companies trades near a 52-week high, while the other isn't far off its lifetime low.
Count on some twists and turns, but the driverless-vehicle revolution is just getting started.
The Brazilian fintech stock is up roughly 68% despite a double-digit selloff in August.
Weaker demand from large customers is putting the squeeze on the data management company.
An earnings miss and downward guidance revisions erased the stock's year-to-date gains.
The Africa-focused e-commerce company is down roughly 25% from its IPO price following mounting losses and legal concerns.
The video-game streaming platform posted great quarterly results, but the stock has retreated in September.
The Chinese internet entertainment company posted strong earnings, and its stock has continued to climb in September, thanks to acquisition news.
The networking stalwart may have attractive long-term upside after its post-earnings sell-off.
These companies offer big yields, and the market might be discounting their growth potential.