Best Stocks To Buy Now

1. Hospital Corporation of America (NYSE: HCA) 2. ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML) 3. Carter's, Inc. (NYSE: CRI) 4. The Priceline Group (NASDAQ: BKNG)

Hospital Corporation of America

HCA is a healthcare REIT specializing in operating acute care hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, and other healthcare-related facilities. The company’s U.S. hospitals are concentrated in the Southeastern and South Central regions, with additional operations in the Mid-Atlantic, the Northeast, and California. In addition, HCA’s majority-owned subsidiary, HCA UK, owns, operates, or franchises more than 50 facilities in the United Kingdom. HCA also has a 49% equity stake in Amil Participações S.A., Brazil’s largest private operator of health care facilities.

HCA also provides management services to physicians through its outpatient surgery, imaging, and urgent care centers. The firm is divided into two divisions: Hospital Operations and Management Services. 

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15% User
Acquisition
11% Analyst Ratings
 9% Traffic Trend
0 Financial Issues

ASML Holding

ASML is a manufacturer of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, used primarily to make chips used in computers, mobile phones, and a wide variety of other electronics. The company’s product portfolio includes sputtering targets, photoresists, and other consumables that produce integrated circuits and other semiconductor devices. ASML also provides silicon wafer and photoresist delivery services primarily to a select group of leading manufacturing service providers, including Intel and Samsung Foundry. In addition, they manufacture integrated circuits and other semiconductor devices.

The company also produces and sells lithography systems, which are used in the manufacture of integrated circuits. ASML is headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands. ASML is the world’s largest manufacturer of chip-making equipment, with about 90% of its revenue from selling to chipmakers like Intel and Samsung. Demand for ASML’s products is tied closely to the health of the semiconductor industry. The chip industry has been amidst a multi-year boom, and ASML has reaped the rewards.

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 17% User
Acquisition
15% Analyst Ratings
 11% Traffic Trend
0 Financial Issues

Carter's, Inc.

Carter’s is a manufacturer, wholesaler, and retailer of children’s apparel, consisting of clothing and accessories. The company operates through two segments: Retail and Wholesale. Its products include infant and children’s apparel, including sleepwear, socks, outerwear, swimwear, underwear, and headwear. Carter’s is a leading children’s apparel company in the United States, with a merchandising strategy that focuses on its core infant and children’s apparel categories.

Its products are sold through its Retail segment, which includes the company’s own branded retail stores, e-commerce websites, and independent retailers. The wholesale segment sells Carter’s products to retailers throughout the United States, including department stores, children’s specialty stores, and independent retailers. Carter’s has made significant investments in its supply chain operations to make itself a low-cost leader, which is essential given that many of the company’s customers are department stores.

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 15% User
Acquisition
 12% Analyst Ratings
9% Traffic Trend
1 Financial Issue

The Priceline Group

The Priceline Group owns and operates Booking.com, Kayak, Agoda, and other online travel brands. The company’s global brands are focused on serving three distinct customer segments: business travelers, leisure travelers, and corporate hotels. Priceline’s business travelers use Booking.com to research and book accommodations globally. The company’s leisure travelers use its brands to plan trips and search for accommodations, including hotels, vacation homes, and hostels.

In addition, the company’s core corporate hotels segment offers various services to help corporate travel managers book accommodations at selected hotels worldwide. The company’s brands are available through its websites, including Booking.com, Agoda.com, and Kayak.com. The Priceline Group also includes the priceline.com brand, which operates as an independent but affiliated company.

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18% User
Acquisition
15% Analyst Ratings
8% Traffic Trend
2 Financial Issues