With the holidays around the corner, it’s time to re-examine what to buy and when to buy it, a new report has found.
The data analysis company Catalyst surveyed more than 3,000 investors to find out which stocks were the most attractive to new investors, as well as which stocks have the best fundamentals.
The results of Catalyst’s research is in its latest newsletter, Catalyst Invest, which is being released today.
Catalyst Invest covers the sector as a whole and focuses on the top 10 stocks.
They are listed in alphabetical order.1.
Amazon Prime, Inc.
Amazon Prime, a unit of Amazon.com Inc., is the world’s biggest e-commerce company with more than 11.4 billion retail items.
Prime members are able to buy a wide range of products and services on Amazon.
Prime is one of the largest and most trusted platforms for shopping online.
The company is growing by about 5% annually, according to analysts at Cowen & Russell, which includes its Prime division.
It’s worth about $500 billion and currently has a market capitalization of $6.5 trillion.2.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is a technology company with revenues of more than $50 billion.
Its products include iPhones, iPads, Macs and Mac computers.
The company is headquartered in Cupertino, California.
Its stock is up about 16% this year, and is up 20% over the past year.3.
Cisco Systems Inc.
Cisco Systems, a networking equipment maker with sales of more $18.5 billion, is the global leader in networked security solutions.
Its hardware includes routers, switches, switches and network equipment.
Cisco has been growing steadily in market capitalizations and revenue, and has been a major player in the industry for many years.4.
Google Inc. is the most valuable publicly traded company in the world with a market cap of $54.6 trillion.
Its search and advertising platform is one half of the $10.4 trillion Google search advertising business.5.
Apple, Inc.: The Apple brand is synonymous with innovation and technology.
The brand has been synonymous with computers since its introduction in 1976.
The iPhone, the iPod, and the iPad were the company’s flagship products and are synonymous with the iPhone brand.
The Apple Watch and Apple TV were also big hits.
Google’s stock has risen about 22% over a year.6.
Microsoft Corp.: The company has a long history of investing in technologies that make computers easier to use, and it has a significant business in social media and online video.
It also has a huge amount of money in advertising and other online advertising.
In recent years, Microsoft has been investing in technology for social media.
In 2016, the company raised $2 billion in venture capital to expand its social media offerings.7.
Intel Corp.: Intel is a computer chipmaker that designs chips for microprocessors.
The chipmaker is a part of Intel Corporation, one of Intel’s businesses.
It was founded in 1947.8.
AT&T Inc.: AT&.
T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. AT &T Inc., which includes Time Warner Cable Inc., has a history of investment in internet and mobile networks, including fiber optic lines.
The cable company has grown by nearly 1,000% over recent years.9.
Coca-Cola Co.: Coca-Colas products are sold in more than 140 countries around the world.
Coca Colas brand is used in beverages, snacks and other beverages.
Coca Co. shares are up about 20% this past year, with a price target of $45.10 per share.10.
Amazon.ca: Amazon.ac is a company that provides online shopping to customers in Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and around the rest of the world through its Amazon.in ecommerce site.
Amazon also offers a global e-tailer.
The website is designed for the online shopping experience, with an emphasis on shopping across a variety of e-stores.
Amazon.ca is available in Canada and the U