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O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY) is an Incredible Growth Stock: 3 Reasons Why

Investors seek growth stocks to capitalize on above-average growth in financials that help these securities grab the market’s attention and produce exceptional returns. But finding a great growth stock is not easy at all.

In addition to volatility, these stocks carry above-average risk by their very nature. Also, one could end up losing from a stock whose growth story is actually over or nearing its end.

However, the task of finding cutting-edge growth stocks is made easy with the help of the Zacks Growth Style Score (part of the Zacks Style Scores system), which looks beyond the traditional growth attributes to analyze a company’s real growth prospects.

Our proprietary system currently recommends O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY) as one such stock. This company not only has a favorable Growth Score, but also carries a top Zacks Rank.

Studies have shown that stocks with the best growth features consistently outperform the market. And

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Automotive industry rebound falters in August as sales slip

The U.S. auto industry took yet another tumble in August. Those manufacturers who still announce their sales figures at the end of each month reported declines pretty much across the board. Per industry analysts, transaction prices slipped slightly in August compared to July as well, despite a nearly 4-percent increase over last year’s average. There were two fewer selling days in August this year, contributing to reported declines. 

Toyota on Tuesday reported a 23% drop in U.S. new vehicle sales in August versus the same month in 2019, as a two-month industry-wide shutdown of auto production in the spring to halt the spread of COVID-19, as well as an uncertain economic recovery, weighed on sales. This was Toyota’s fifth straight month of U.S. sales declines.

South Korean automaker Hyundai said its U.S. sales fell 8.4% in August, largely due to a decline in fleet sales to rental car companies, government

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4 Undervalued Strong Buy Stocks to Snap Up Today

Sometimes, it pays to remember that the markets are always, ultimately, rational.” data-reactid=”12″Sometimes, it pays to remember that the markets are always, ultimately, rational.

Which basically just means that good news is rewarded and bad news is punished.” data-reactid=”13″Which basically just means that good news is rewarded and bad news is punished.

So when there’s good news flowing in, you’ll typically see shares continuing to rise as more and more people find out. Conversely, when there’s some bad news, you’ll find more and more people jumping out of a stock as they find out.” data-reactid=”14″So when there’s good news flowing in, you’ll typically see shares continuing to rise as more and more people find out. Conversely, when there’s some bad news, you’ll find more and more people jumping out of a stock as they find out.

This kind of behavior creates momentum in share

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Fashion Emits as Much Carbon as France, Germany, U.K. Combined: Report

fashion industry has a lot of work to do when it comes to reducing its impact on climate change.” data-reactid=”19″The fashion industry has a lot of work to do when it comes to reducing its impact on climate change.

Fashion Agenda and McKinsey & Co., is upping the urgency for the industry’s action to curb emissions.” data-reactid=”20″“Fashion on Climate,” a report released Wednesday by the Global Fashion Agenda and McKinsey & Co., is upping the urgency for the industry’s action to curb emissions.

sustainability officer at GFA, and one of the report’s authors.” data-reactid=”28″“Climate change is not going away, when it really kicks in it will really affect [the fashion business] supply chains,” urged Morten Lehmann, chief sustainability officer at GFA, and one of the report’s authors.

Today, the industry’s impact represents some 2.1 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions,

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