5 Stocks that are on the rise

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Investing in the stock market can provide a healthy income for those to invest wisely over the long term.

While recent headlines have been all about the stock markets crashing, the recent news has allowed stock market to once again begin to pick up, meaning investors are beginning to relax and become more active again. However, while some have been panicking about the recent crash, overs have embraced this economic downturn in the knowledge that the stock market is always going to be volatile and long terms investments will eventually pay off.

What’s more, the recent economic downturn has meant that many stocks have been on sale, allowing for opportunistic invertors to make the most of the current market position. So what stocks are best to invest in at the moment? Below, we’ve profiled 5 stocks that prove worthy of investing in this winter.


1. New Gold Inc.

Having been forecast to grow by 60% over the next year, Canadian gold mining company, New Gold Inc, are looking to be a worthwhile investment currently. Based in Ontario, British Columbia, the company has a number of international mines, including assets in Mexico, in which they are in a politically stable position and seem well equipped for future growth.

New Gold Inc. currently have a 150% out performance to date and a forward P/E ratio of 11.46, showing that they are in the prime of their prospective growth window. What’s more, with their EPS climbing by more than 90% this year and a gross margin of 70%, there is a lot of potential for investors.


2. 888 Holdings

As one of the world’s largest online gaming companies, 888 Holdings house some major names including 888 Poker, 888 Casino and 888 Sports, who are currently official sponsors of the NFL. The group were established in 1997 in Antigua and today dominate the online gaming market from their HQ in Gibraltar. Their poker product is one of the most successful online offerings and while shares struggled in the spring months, they are now beginning to stand in high steed again, with 368.74m shares currently in circulation and an EPS growth of 33%.

The dividend per share growth is currently 41.18%, in which the holding group are showing a lot of potential for future growth. With a diversified portfolio of offerings across the online gaming sector, this stock is a safe investment for those looking to get into the IGaming market.


3. Align Technology Inc.

Align Technology Inc. is a market leading clear aligner company that has managed to exploit the market trend at an ideal time for growth. With a strong recent earnings report, they have an outperformance of +59.27%. The tech giant has shown a positive history of growth over the most recent few years and is a great area of growth for new and experienced investors alike.


4. Rolls Royce

This FTSE 100 Company has a long standing history, a well-respected name, and a great deal of engineering developments in the pipeline. While they have recently been hit hard by the pandemic, the company currently has a considerable amount of debt and should be considered as a long-term investment, but one that is likely to pay off with patience. In 2019, the firm was worth around £18 billion, however today it is being valued at just £6 billion.

Despite this, your investing in a historic and respected name and the company is likely to bring you a return if you can wait it out.


5. IAG Airline

While the current state of the British Airways owned firm does not look promising, this stock has plummeted, meaning that stock prices are at an all time low. The company has had to lay off staff, restructure business affairs and go into a considerable amount of debt in order to survive, in which they currently owe over 11.1 billion Euros. The airline itself has a market cap of 9 billion Euros.

While this investment is for those who are willing to take a little more risk, it may well pay off if you can wait it out.


What are the top tips for investing?

While some investors are able to find opportunities in the current state of the market, there is no denying that it’s a tricky time for investors in general. While experienced investors may find it easier to navigate the market during the pandemic, new and less experienced investors can benefit from the following tips:

  • Seek Financial Advice – As a new investor, it’s essential to get started on the right footing. Talking to a financial advisor could help to steer you in the right direction and they could also help you come up with a tailored investment plan to keep you on the right track for success.
  • Understand the risks – There are no guarantees in investing, in which it’s essential to understand that you may not always get back what you put in.


Overall, the current stock market is a volatile place, particularly in light of the on-going pandemic. Yet with the right knowledge and advice, as well as a diversified portfolio, you could be on the path to financial success.


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