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It doesn't matter your age or experience: taking full advantage of the stock market and investing with confidence are common goals for all investors.
While you may have an investing style you rely on, finding great stocks is made easier with the Zacks Style Scores. These are complementary indicators that rate stocks based on value, growth, and/or momentum characteristics.
Why This 1 Growth Stock Should Be On Your Watchlist
Growth investors build their portfolios around companies that are financially strong and have a bright future, and the Growth Style Score helps take projected and historical earnings, sales, and cash flow into account to uncover stocks that will see long-term, sustainable growth.
Norfolk Southern (NSC)
Norfolk Southern Corporation, incorporated on Jul 23, 1980, under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, controls a major freight railroad, Norfolk Southern Railway Company. The company is primarily engaged in the rail transportation of raw material, intermediate products and finished goods, primarily in Southeast, East and Midwest United States and, via interchange with rail carriers to and from the rest of country.
NSC sits at a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold), holds a Growth Style Score of B, and has a VGM Score of B. Earnings and sales are forecasted to increase 14% and 10.2% year-over-year, respectively.
Three analysts revised their earnings estimate upwards in the last 60 days, and the Zacks Consensus Estimate has increased $0.08 to $13.81 per share for 2022. NSC boasts an average earnings surprise of 5.2%.
On a historic basis, Norfolk Southern has generated cash flow growth of 9.2%, and is expected to report cash flow expansion of 18.6% this year.
With solid fundamentals, a good Zacks Rank, and top-tier Growth and VGM Style Scores, NSC should be on investors' short lists.
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