Many of the best performing stocks in 2015 were technology companies, paying dividends as well. For a period of five consecutive years such stocks could rise about 60% in line with the S&P 500’s rally whereby consumer goods, services, healthcare, driverless cars, and most sectors were stretched in terms of valuation.
On the other hand investors are also looking to beaten down stocks waiting to reap back their quality potential in 2016. These may be businesses that are branches of bigger players or developing sidewise and attaching tech concepts in comparison to the core ones and thereof assembled products.
Here are stocks that are trading at about half the earnings multiples of the S&P 500 index, stocks that could rise 35% to 30% next year and still be affordable at a sector comparison rate.