Zacks Special Report

5 Stocks Set To Double

Five Zacks experts each predict their favorite single stock to gain +100% or more in the months ahead. Previous editions of this Special Report have racked up some huge gains.

Today, be among the first to see our just-released picks for Free.

Each stock is the personal favorite of a noted Zacks Expert.

Stock #1: A World-Changing Investment As a leading genome-editing company, it has recently found a bottom much like the Biotech sector. However, they have several world-changing projects in the pipeline, one of which led several bullish analysts to call for buying more shares.

Stock #2: Strong Zacks Rank With a Recurring Revenue Stream Trusted by a community of 260+ million customers, it’s not difficult to see why this global software as a service stock is set to double. It has delivered a trailing four-quarter average earnings surprise of 64.38% and is buoyed by a leading industry group.

Stock #3: Top Dog on A Buying Spree With two blockbuster deals complete, this company’s expanding product portfolio allows it to package a slew of offerings to its growing list of clients in the enterprise and business software world. It should be no surprise that Wall Street is very high on the stock, with 13 of the 14 brokerage recommendations sitting at "Strong Buys."

Stock #4: A Technology Titan Loaded with cutting-edge technology and robust growth rates, this industry leader looks poised to reward investors handsomely. Full-year sales for FY23 are forecasted to come in at $34 billion – a massive 26% jump year-over-year.

Stock #5: Strong Earnings Growth Paying a Healthy Dividend The underlying commodities driving this energy giant’s business are skyrocketing. With huge earnings growth coming down the pipe, incredibly strong cash flow, and a transition plan to greener energy, the dividend paying stock gives investors plenty of reasons to snap up shares.

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