3 Gems of the S&P500 (Wednesday Bonus List)
Wednesday BONUS Theme List
3 Gems of the S&P500
Published Wednesday, January 11th, 8AM ET
As a bonus, on Wednesdays we apply our Stock Watchlist Weekly proprietary algorithm to a specific theme or category that traders and investors might want to consider. As with the primary Sunday newsletter, these lists include stocks that have been screened through an array of fundamental and technical data points to find the top ones with market-beating short- and long-term potential.
Analysis: This week we ran the Stock Watchlist Weekly proprietary algorithm with the goal of simply finding the 3 best stocks of the S&P500.
This week’s list:
BIIB - Biogen Inc
Sector/Industry: Health Care - Biotechnology
Market Cap: $39.56B
Prominent ETF Holders: SPY, QQQ, BBH, PBE
URI - United Rentals Inc
Sector/Industry: Industrials - Trading Companies & Distributors
Market Cap: $26.06B
Prominent ETF Holders: SPY, FTXR, PAVE
KEYS - Keysight Technologies Inc
Sector/Industry: Information Technology - Electronic Equipment, Instruments & Components
Market Cap: $31.58B
Prominent ETF Holders: SPY, VUG, XLK
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