In a recent research note, David J. Kostin of Goldman Sachs recommends investing in the bank's "Revenue Growth" group of stocks (via Business Insider).
The group is mostly comprised of billion-dollar companies with strong forecasted earnings growth.
"In the bunch, the median revenue growth is 15% vs. 6% for the S&P, while EPS growth of 19% compares to the S&P's 14%," writes Linette Lopez of Business Insider.
To help you work through this extensive list of companies, we put together a list of the included stocks that have the highest forecasted earnings-per-share growth for 2012. Are you similarly confident in these companies' prospects?
List sorted according to projected earnings-per-share (EPS) growth next year. (Click here to access free, interactive tools to analyze these ideas.)
1. DR Horton
2. Noble Corp.
3. Morgan Stanley
4. Cabot Oil & Gas
5. Range Resources
6. EOG Resources
7. Pioneer Natural Resources
9. Robert Half International
10. Titanium Metals
Interactive Chart: Press Play to compare changes in analyst ratings over the last two years for the stocks mentioned above. Analyst ratings sourced from Zacks Investment Research.
Kapitall's Andrew Dominguez does not own any of the shares mentioned above. Data sourced from Finviz.
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