- Growth stocks are companies that are expected to have unusually high growth in their future sales and/or earnings.
- Growth stocks shine during bull markets as they’re buoyed by a strong economy and bullish investor sentiment; but the right growth stocks can also be surprisingly profitable during times of slowing economic growth or even bear markets.
- We outline two very different types of growth stocks, one which most investors flock towards (but often performs poorly) and a lesser-known type of growth stock that performs much better.
- We walk through a step-by-step guide to finding the best growth stocks, including screenshots and direct links to a stock screener that’s pre-filtered for high-potential growth stocks.
Welcome to the premium levels of the “How to Invest in Stocks” course!
By attending Levels 4-6, you’ve taken a HUGE step towards growing your investing knowledge and profits.
In these 20+ premium lessons, we’ll cover everything from how to find the best stocks, to when to buy and sell, to our golden rules of investing, and MUCH more.
In the next six lessons, we’re going to walk you through a step-by-step guide on how to find the best growth, value, small cap, large cap, dividend, and blue chips stocks (with screenshots and pre-filtered custom stock screens).
Starting with today’s lesson on growth stocks, we’ll outline four important concepts for each type of stock strategy:
- What are growth stocks?
- What should you know about investing in growth stocks?
- Which growth stocks perform best?
- How do you find the best growth stocks to buy? (A step-by-step guide)
At the end of these six lessons, you’ll have a deep understanding of how to pick the best growth, value, small cap, large cap, dividend, and blue chips stocks.
In addition, we provide a high-quality “cheat sheet” (downloadable PDF) that captures how to research all six types of stocks in a quick and handy one-sheet for your reference.
Let’s begin by getting a basic understand of what exactly is a “growth stock” and why do investors buy them?
In general, growth stocks are companies that…