No matter what's going on in the market or a specific company's history, there are always reasons to consider buying shares in a business. After all, some of the best opportunities in stocks are born from historically bloody times.
Motley Fool CAPS hosts a boatload of opinions from more than 115,000 members on more than 5,400 stocks, giving good reasons to own -- or sell -- a stock.
In the case of leading GPS device maker and Motley Fool Stock Advisor pick Garmin
Strong Growth: Last year, all four of Garmin's business segments had either double- or triple-digit revenue growth. In addition to GPS becoming a must-have in Ford
Market Leader: Just as an MP3 player is commonly called an iPod, Garmin is becoming synonymous with a GPS location device; it has one of the most recognized brands in the GPS industry. The company reports that independent research gave it about a 55% market share in the PND market in North America and about 20% in Europe, and it continues to lead in worldwide PND market share.
Cheap, cheap, cheap: Even as expectations are being dialed back, Garmin still has an estimated long-term growth rate of about 16%, which gives it an attractive PEG ratio of 0.44. Companies like Garmin and NVIDIA
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Fool contributor Dave Mock has more than three reasons why he already bought shares of Garmin, which is also a Global Gains pick. Google is a Rule Breakers recommendation. NVIDIA, Garmin, and Apple are Stock Advisor recommendations. The Fool's disclosure policy won't telegraph a pass or cheat at bridge.