RBC: Here are 14 US stocks that could grow like crazy (NFLX, AL, DIS, FB, APTV, CELG, DLTR, DWDP, GDS, MGA, PE, NOW, WCN, XYL)

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  • RBC Capital Markets provided a third-quarter update to its annual list of „Top 30 Global Ideas for 2018.“ We compiled the 14 US-based companies from the list.
  • The portfolio consists of global 30 stocks poised to grow in the year ahead.
  • The list is created on an annual basis by RBC Capital Markets’ Global Equity Research Department with quarterly updates. 

RBC Capital Markets provided a third-quarter update to its annual list of „Top 30 Global Ideas for 2018.“ The portfolio consists of 30 stocks poised to grow in the year ahead.

The list is created on an annual basis by RBC Capital Markets’ Global Equity Research Department with quarterly updates. „We publish quarterly updates of the Top 30 to highlight performance metrics YTD as well as any potential updates to our investment thesis or price targets,“ RBC Capital Markets added. 

We rounded up the US-based companies that RBC says are primed to grow.

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Air Lease Corporation

Ticker: AL

Market Cap: $5.15 billion

Rating: Top Pick

Price Target: $93

Dividend yield: 0.9%

YTD Total Return: -4%

„We anticipate continued portfolio expansion on aircraft deliveries to support continued strong revenue expansion and robust 20% + EPS growth ahead.“

 

Source: RBC Capital Markets

Aptiv

Ticker: APTV

Market Cap: $22.2 billion

Rating: Outperform

Price Target: $120

Dividend yield: 1%

YTD Total Return: -0.4%

„Aptiv’s strong top-line growth should allow for further margin expansion.“ 

 

Source: RBC Capital Markets

Celgene Corporation

Ticker: CELG

Market Cap: $ 65.5 billion

Rating: Outperform

Price Target: $110

Dividend yield: 0

YTD Total Return: -14.3%

RBC Capital Markets sees multiple areas of growth for Celgene’s best-selling cancer drug Revlimid, including share gains, demographic expansion, and pricing power.

 

Source: RBC Capital Markets

 

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