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How I’d find the best shares to buy now for 2021

first_imgHow I’d find the best shares to buy now for 2021 I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” Image source: Getty Images. Enter Your Email Address Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares See all posts by Peter Stephens Peter Stephens | Friday, 4th December, 2020 Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Deciding which companies are the best shares to buy now for 2021 is clearly very subjective. However, they’re likely to be those businesses that have the capacity to overcome short-term threats to prosper from a likely stock market recovery over the long run.By focusing on company fundamentals, their growth strategies, and searching in sectors unfavoured by other investors at the present time, it may be possible to unearth the most appealing buying opportunities for 2021 and beyond.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Finding the best shares to buy now to survive the short termThe best shares to buy now could be those UK stocks with the financial means to overcome a tough period for the economy. Although a stock market recovery could take place in 2021, and the economy’s outlook may improve, there’s also a decent chance that more challenges will be ahead.In fact, risks such as Brexit and coronavirus are unlikely to disappear in the early part of next year. As such, companies with solid finances may stand a better chance of surviving further difficulties in their operating environments.Assessing a company’s financial strength is always a good starting point when investing. However, it may be even more relevant at the present time. Businesses with low debt levels, substantial interest cover when making interest repayments, a low proportion of fixed costs, and access to large amounts of liquidity may be less risky than their peers. They may prove to be among the best shares to buy now ahead of a potentially challenging 2021.The best stocks to deliver growth in a market recoveryThe best shares to buy now are likely to have strong long-term growth prospects. For example, they may have a wide economic moat that provides them with a more attractive growth profile over the coming years. Or they could have a sound strategy to expand into new markets through acquisitions or innovative new products.Although an economic downturn may mean higher risks in the short run, it can be a logical time to make major changes to a company’s business model while sector peers could be struggling. As such, the best stocks to purchase today may be those companies that have the capacity to use their competitive advantage to adapt to changing consumer tastes and evolving market conditions in 2021.Buying stocks in unfavoured sectorsIn terms of where to start looking for the best shares to buy now for 2021, some of the biggest bargains may be in unfavoured sectors. Investors appear to have flocked to a narrow range of industries, while many others, such as oil & gas, travel & leisure and housebuilders, remain somewhat unpopular.In many cases, companies operating in those industries have solid fundamentals and long-term growth potential. While that may not be realised in 2021, from a long-term investment outlook they could have significant appeal.last_img read more

Peruvian Army Promotes Science and Technology

first_imgBy Gonzalo Silva Infante/Diálogo September 07, 2018 Through the Directorate of Science and Technology (DICITECE, in Spanish), the Peruvian Army held the unprecedented Innovate Peruvian Army 2018 technological fair at its headquarters in Lima, July 4th-8th. Dozens of private and public companies, as well as local colleges, displayed their products and services side by side with Peruvian military institutions to promote scientific and technological progress in the country. More than 20,000 visitors attended the five-day fair to discover Peru’s military and civil cutting-edge technology exhibited in various booths, including land, air and maritime vehicles. Science and technology experts also gave presentations to emphasize the importance of research. “Our main purpose is to develop science and technology in the Army to contribute to national development,” General César Augusto Astudillo Salcedo, commander of the Peruvian Army, said at the opening ceremony. The event served as a platform for the Peruvian scientific community to display the potential of participants while arousing interest in science among the rural population. The fair also enabled the Peruvian Armed Forces to share with visitors some of the institutional efforts to promote national development and maintain security. “[The fair] is two-pronged: first, to promote interest in research and innovation in other schools. That is, we encourage competitiveness and continuous improvement in terms of innovation,” Peruvian Army Brigadier General Marcos de la Vega Polanco, director of DICITECE, told Diálogo. “Secondly, we got young people interested in innovation, which simply means implementing an idea and creating value for society.” Cutting-edge Peruvian technology The fair allowed the public to discover national products with cutting-edge technology developed for military and police use, such as surveillance and communication systems; virtual intelligence and robotics; weapons, ammunition, and explosives, among others. Technological advances in the medical field, such as prosthetic hands, software applications, and disaster response equipment also figured prominently at the event. Among the military products on display was a drone prototype developed by the Army’s Fourth Division to support the fight against narcotrafficking and terrorism in the Apurímac, Ene, and Mantaro Rivers Valley. According to the Fourth Division, the drone, with infrared cameras, has the ability to send intelligence, photos, and video in real time, and shoot hand or smoke grenades. The Peruvian Army School of Engineering of Lima focused its presentations on technology developed for military operations and humanitarian aid, such as virtual models to support search and rescue efforts in collapsed buildings. The school also highlighted the importance of technological advances in arduous operations such as amphibious military tasks and humanitarian mine clearance. “According to economic figures from relevant entities, the economic growth will be a bit slow, which will limit our military purchases,” Brig. Gen. De la Vega explained. “That’s where science, technology, and research will be our tools to update the weapons we have.” The Armed Forces displayed some of their current equipment, such as armored vehicles, helicopters, unmanned air vehicles, and satellites, among others. A virtual exhibition also enabled people to experience a short trip aboard vehicles such as an interceptor aircraft. Science and technology experts gave informative talks about topics such as strategic research, the application of nuclear technology in the defense field, and the importance of scientific and technological research for the development of operational capabilities in the country’s armed forces. “We combined different topics, so the audience would understand how important research is in the Armed Forces. While it’s true that research holds a fundamental role in socioeconomic development, it can improve the organization to be more efficient and contribute to the government’s objectives,” Brig. Gen. De la Vega said. Agents of change The Army conducts nationwide science and technology contests with various academic institutions, since 2012, spurring the creation of the fair. The plan came together in early 2018. By May, the Army had more than 100 exhibitions confirmed. “We worked with [Peruvian Army] Colonel Ángel Gómez Límaco [deputy director of Technological Transfer at DICITECE],” [Peruvian Army] Lieutenant Colonel Gladys Rojas Cangahuala, deputy director of Knowledge Management at DICITECE, told Diálogo. “We did some planning and contacted universities, schools, and companies.” For DICETECE, the fair was a great success. The Army plans for a regional version in 2019, and adding exhibitors to be able to share it with more people, who will in turn become agents of change. “When cadets graduate from [the Army’s Chorrillos] Military Academy, they go to all corners of the country, to remote areas,” Brig. Gen. De la Vega said. “They will take the seed of research and innovation to cities where these concepts don’t exist; it’s a way to contribute.”last_img read more

FL boy killed while biking to school

first_imgA third grade student died after he was hit by a pickup truck in Sarasota, Monday morning.Roman Miller was riding his bike to Brentwood Elementary School with his sister when he was struck by a pickup truck that was attempting to make a left turn at a nearby crosswalk.Police say the 9-year-old boy who was wearing a helmet was dragged about 15-feet while the driver 25-year-old Charity Lamb was attempting to turn.Lamb remained at the scene and is reportedly cooperating with the investigation.She told police she saw Roman’s sister and waved to her at the stop sign but did not see the young boy.The child was driven to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Roman’s classmates were notified of his passing Monday afternoon and are devastated, according to the school’s faculty.Sarasota County leaders are now looking into new safety options for students after the incident.Officials are reportedly in the process of creating new measures to prevent another tragedy.A candlelight vigil in honor Roman Miller will be held on Thursday.Lamb has not been charged at this time.last_img read more

Struggling Argentina, France meet in mouth watering tie

first_imgRound Of 16 PreviewKAZAN, June 29: Both Argentina and France will need to improve their respective forms when they meet in a Round-of-16 clash at the 2018 FIFA World Cup at the Kazan Arena here on Saturday.Despite boasting a squad overflowing with attacking talent, Argentina have struggled in their group matches. After being held 1-1 by Iceland in their campaign opener, the two-time World Cup winners were thrashed 0-3 by Croatia.Facing a must win contest against Nigeria in their last group match, Argentina were in real danger of being eliminated before Marcus Rojo scored a late winner to send them through.Part of Argentina’s woes have been FC Barcelona megastar Lionel Messi’s inability to reproduce his club form for his country.The dimunitive genius has struggled to carry the pressure and weight of expectations that comes along with the Argentine jersey. With coach Jorge Sampaoli seeming to build his strategies around him, Messi’s struggles have hurt the entire team.Messi had however, delivered against Nigeria when he exploited some extra space allowed to him by the Africans’ defence to score a brilliant opening goal. Argentina fans will be hoping for more of the same on Saturday.The Argentine defence have also let the team down and had committed several glaring errors, specially against Iceland and Croatia. The poor form of the veteran Javier Mascherano must be giving sleepless nights to Sampaoli.As a team, Argentina will have to do much better against France, who have, on paper at least, one of the most talented squads at this World Cup.France have not fared any better. Placed in a relatively easy group, they struggled to beat Australia and Peru by narrow margins before being held to a goalless stalemate by Denmark.They will face their first big test against Argentina. Thanks to a profusion of African origin players in their squad, France have pace and power in attack.If N’golo Kante, Blaise Matuidi and Paul Pogba manage to impose themselves in the midfield, then things will get extremely tough for Argentina.France coach Didier Deschamps however, feels that Messi could prove to be the desicive factor.”Messi is Messi. Just you have to look at his statistics: 65 goals in 127 appearances with his national team. The intention is to neutralize him,” the 1998 World Cup winning captain was quoted as saying by Efe on Friday.”We do not have a specific plan for him. A ‘plan’ is a big word, the idea is to limit his influence,” the 49-year-old added. IANSlast_img read more