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For Immediate Release

Chicago, IL – June 24, 2021 – Stocks in this week’s article are Williams-Sonoma, Inc. WSM, Facebook, Inc. FB, MKS Instruments, Inc. MKSI, KeyCorp KEY and Cboe Global Markets, Inc. CBOE.

5 Top Stocks with Solid Sales Growth Worth Considering Now

Sales growth is an important metric for any company, as it is a major part of growth projections and instrumental in strategic decision making. By observing this key metric over a period of time, one can clearly understand a company’s growth trend.

Sales growth is crucial to justify the fixed and variable expenses incurred to operate a business. Low revenues lead to an unprofitable business and dismal financial results. Stagnant companies may generate near-term profit. However, firms need to show accelerated growth to attract new investors.

Further, in an improving economy, lack of sales growth most likely indicates that the company is not gaining market share over its competitors. In simple terms, some sustained sales growth is needed to support profitability.

Focusing exclusively on sales growth is not enough though. A healthy sales growth rate is certainly a positive indicator for picking good stocks, but it does not ensure profits. So, taking into consideration a company’s cash position, along with its sales number, can prove to be a more dependable strategy.

Strong liquidity position and steady cash flow give a company more flexibility with respect to business decisions and potential investments. Cash also enables a company to endure market downturns. Most importantly, a sufficient cash position indicates that revenues are being channelized in the right direction.

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