Louis Navellier

Louis Navellier

Contributing Writer, Kiplinger.com

Louis Navellier is founder and chief investment officer of Navellier & Associates, Inc., located in Reno, Nevada. With decades of experience translating what had been purely academic techniques into real market applications, he believes that disciplined, quantitative analysis can select stocks that will significantly outperform the overall market.

"Below-Average" Stocks With Above-Average Potential
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"Below-Average" Stocks With Above-Average Potential

Fundamental investors shouldn't ignore charts completely. Here, we look at a few opportunities as signaled by their 200-day moving average (MA).
October 18, 2021
4 Shipping Stocks That Could Sail Higher
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4 Shipping Stocks That Could Sail Higher

Amid global supply chain disruptions and surging freight costs, shipping stocks look attractive right now. Here are four names to watch.
September 1, 2021
5 Pick-and-Shovel Solar Stocks for the Green Energy Gold Rush
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5 Pick-and-Shovel Solar Stocks for the Green Energy Gold Rush

With a progressive administration focused on climate change, these five solar stocks could be worth a closer look for investors.  
August 26, 2021
6 Small-Cap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
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6 Small-Cap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

Small-cap stocks aren't generally seen as income-building investments, but the names on this list offer hefty payouts for shareholders.
August 13, 2021
6 AI Stocks to Watch for Rapid Growth
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6 AI Stocks to Watch for Rapid Growth

Artificial intelligence is becoming more ingrained in our everyday lives. Here are six names that could profit on this quickly expanding space.
June 15, 2021
5 Best Restaurant Stocks to Buy for the Recovery
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5 Best Restaurant Stocks to Buy for the Recovery

Chains with strong brands, a strong digital game and other skills sharpened during the pandemic are poised to outperform as customers come back.
April 1, 2021