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Chicago, IL – September 11, 2018 - Stocks in this week’s article are Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (BR - Free Report) , W.W. Grainger, Inc. (GWW - Free Report) , Carlisle Companies Inc. (CSL - Free Report) , SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (SSNC - Free Report) and Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. (HII - Free Report) .

5 Top Stocks with Sales Growth to Buy in a Turbulent Market

There is an age-old Wall Street “uncertainty is the enemy of investors.” Hence, picking stocks based on key fundamentals is always a wise decision. Conventional strategies are not only safe, but are also worthwhile in the present volatile and uncertain market conditions. One such strategy is focused on sales growth.

A healthy business with steady sales growth is the key to survival in today’s fast changing and highly competitive business environment. As such, superior revenues are required to drive growth, and most companies look for a strong relationship between sales growth levels and the value of an enterprise.

Revenues are income generated by a company through business activities. Though a company might not be profitable over a particular time period, it usually generates revenues. So in cases when companies tend to incur a loss on a temporary basis, they are valued based on revenues. This is because sales growth (or decline) is usually an early indicator of the company’s future earnings performance.

While sales growth is an important metric for any corporate for the purpose of growth projections and strategic decision-making, this in isolation doesn’t indicate too much about a company’s future performance. Though it provides investors an insight into product demand and pricing power, a huge sales number does not necessarily convert into profits.

Therefore, a consideration of a company’s cash position along with its sales number can be a more dependable strategy. Substantial cash in hand and a steady cash flow give a company more flexibility with respect to business decisions and further potential investments. Most importantly, an adequate cash position suggests that revenues are being channelized in the right direction.

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