Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is Still a Little High

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet (OLLI) is putting out some fantastic numbers, such as 25% to 29% profit growth. But it carries a P/E of 38, double its Estimated Long-Term Growth Rate.

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Oligopolies THRIVE with NVIDIA

Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft breaking out today after reporting earnings last night. These companies dominate — other companies can’t keep up — because of NVIDIA (NVDA).

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Bright Horizons Continues To Move Higher

Bright Horizons Family Solutions (BFAM), an on-site employer sponsored childcare, continues to move higher (with a strong economy) as profit growth eclipses 20%.

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Domino’s is On a Dip, But the Valuation Remains High

Domino’s (DPZ) has gone up ten-fold in six years. But the stock is off its highs on news International sales growth has slowed. But the P/E ratio is still high.

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Align Continues its Fabulous Year

Align Technologies (ALGN) is having a fabulous year as its Invisalign clear braces are selling like hotcakes. But ALGN doubled in a year, is it too high to buy?

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China Lodging Goes Parabolic As Profits Soar

China Lodging (HTHT) has more than doubled this year as profits have grown at a rate of 65% in 2016 & 2017. But after a parabolic run the stock’s too high.

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Grubhub is Flying High While Signing Deals

Grubhub (GRUB) has been a big winner this year as it’s signed up new restaurant chains, signed a partnership with Groupon, and acquired Yelp’s Eat24 business.

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Illumina Breaks Out On Strong NovaSeq Demand

Shares of Illumina (ILMN) broke out and went into All-Time high territory after the company said demand for its new NovaSeq machine has been solid.

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MasterCard At All-Time Highs on Intl Growth

MasterCard (MA) stock is at All-Time highs as International growth helped to push profits up 15% last qtr. But with a P/E of 30, this stock has a high price.

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ServiceNow is Like a Younger Salesforce.com

ServiceNow (NOW) is one of the world’s fastest growing software companies. It reminds me a lot of Salesforce.com. But NOW has a P/E of 94, which makes it high to buy.

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