What companies are tomorrow's big winners? In our ongoing series, I'm chatting with Fool analysts and advisors to discover the stocks they're watching and the catalysts that would signal it's time to buy.
Today, Motley Fool Pro and Motley Fool Options advisor Jeff Fischer shares three companies that are on his watchlist and that he'd strongly consider buying if the market cooperates. (For your convenience, you can now create your own version at MyWatchlist.com, your free customized hub to follow the performance and Fool coverage of the companies you care about.)
The real-money portfolio service Motley Fool Pro has the flexibility to use options and to go either long or short, so Jeff's watchlist there is rather lengthy -- instead of just listing companies Pro may buy, Jeff and team also track companies they might potentially short.
One in that latter group is salesforce.com
On the long side, Jeff is keeping an eye on Cameco
Over at Motley Fool Options, which relies on six Motley Fool newsletters for its stock targets, Jeff has his eye on Best Buy
And that's why it pays to watch. You can make smarter investing decisions with your own version of My Watchlist, new and free from the Fool. Click below to start following one of the stocks mentioned above:
Roger Friedman doesn't own shares of any companies mentioned, but they're all now on his watchlist. Best Buy is a selection in Motley Fool Inside Value and Motley Fool Stock Advisor. Motley Fool Options has recommended buying calls on Best Buy. The Fool owns shares of Best Buy. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.