There are plenty of opportunities in retailing stocks, but as an investor, you need to be very careful. In truth, a downtrend in growth or earnings of a company can cause up to double-digit loss to an investor in a day. To guide investors in selecting stocks to acquire wisely, the highly rated 6 buyable capital market stocks are declared this week as evaluated by Portfolio database, which are graded as “strong buy” or “A” and “buy” or “B”.
TD Ameritade Holding Corporation, trading with the symbol “AMTD”, had reached its “A” from grade “B” just last week . The holding corporation services financial planners, retail investors, traders, and business partners with securities brokerage services. Over the past month, AMTD had a good record of 6.5% increase in earnings (bettering S&P 500’s 1.7% decrease during the same period).
The third stock is known as THL Credit, trading with the symbol “TCRD”, had improved its grade from “B” to “A” as its investment services prove to be performing well. TCRD prefers an EBITDA of minimum $5 million and prefers to be a sole investor in a transaction. THL Credit, Inc. recognizes investments in industries of healthcare, business services, media, and retailing.
The boosted rating to an “A” for LPL Financial Holdings Inc., trading with the symbol “LPLA”, is driven by the exceptional rapid rise of the company’s shares of the stock. The results showed a twofold improvement last week. The company is generally focusing on providing investment advisory, technology, and brokerage services through business connections.
The fourth of the buyable six capital markets stocks is Ares Capital Corporation, which is a specialty finance company investing in senior loans, which can either be first-lien or second-lien, and mezzanine debt or private subordinated debt. It commonly invests in companies providing consumer products and business services, but it also considers industries of retail, restaurants, and technology. Earlier this week, the organization trading with the symbol “ARCC” obtained its “A” grade from “B” rating.
This week for Cowen Group, Inc. Class A is a rise from grade “hold” or “C” to grade “B”. The publicly own asset management holding company trading with “COWN” symbol had shown improvement in its rating along with the participation of Wall Street firms in upgrading stock shares. Over the past month, its stocks reached 10.4%. Until now, the company invests in fixed income and equity markets through its subsidiaries.
The last stock is BGC Partners, Inc. Class A, which has a trading symbol of “BGCP”. The international inter-dealer broker has earned its grade “A” this week from grade “B”. The recent reports revealed that the broker’s 50-day moving average is $6.52 with a $6.69 price.