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New Companies To Invest in 2015

Updated on February 19, 2015

SAS, a tech powerhouse, doesn't offer stock options. But it gives employees flexibility and perks so legendary that even Google uses it as a model.

Finding The Companies to Invest In 2015

The world economy has almost completely moved out of the recession. If you are a researching investor, this article will explain about the new companies to invest in 2015. This is the right time to make your move on choosing the best companies to invest in, they will be the builders of the new economy. Market speculations identify that the surging growth of world economy has caused a sudden demand for raw materials and this in turn is regarded as the reason behind the heavy price rise that spread world wide recently. The return from the recession has also made some new companies to sprout up and achieve tremendous growth in par with the accelerating economy. Finding new companies to invest in is the key to get the maximum yield out of the current world growth.Huge technology revolutions are set to hit the world market this year.Mobile service provider, cloud computing companies, construction companies and of course the oil industry is expected to get hotter to invest in 2015. After observing, the performance of companies in the previous year, a diversified list of the the top companies to invest in right now are shortlisted below.

1. SAS
SAS is software solution established in 1976. They specialize in providing business analytics software and services to the customers to frame decisions for their enterprise based on real time facts.Their service is used in more than 100 with over 50,000 sites. 93 companies included among the top 100 companies listed in FORTUNE Global 500 also make use of the service. They themselves are listed in the Fortune 500 toppers.The present surge in demand for business intelligence makes them a favourable company to invest in right now.
2. Edward Jones
Edward Jones is one of the largest investment firm and they stands out from the rest with their policy of one-to-one client service. They take a personal approach to business and this has helped them to serve more than 7 million investors. They have over 10,000 offices in the U.S. ( highest in the country among others).
3. Wegmans
Wegmans Food Markets is a chain super-market company and listed as one of the top 100 companies to work for by Fortune 500. This family owned enterprise have 75 stores spread over the U.S. region including New Jersey, New York, Northen Virginia, and Maryland. It was founded in 1961. It was recently awarded The Best Grocery Store by Food Network and other organizations. They have a revenue of $5.15 billion and over 38,000 employees.

4. Google
Google is the BrandZ's most powerful brand in the world. You don't have to get scared about facebook eating up Google anytime soon. In fact Facebook service isn't relevant to compare it with Google. 'G' have several services like cloud computing, maps, translate,youtube and lot many without which the world can barely survive these days. Google always stays ahead of the competition by launching products challenging the rivals ( Just like Google+ was launched as a challenge for Facebook). They have a total asset of $57 billion and had a profit of $8.5 billion in 2014. Undoubtedly, Google is one of the best new companies to invest in 2015.

5. Nugget Market
It's a family owned upscale supermarket chain with its headquarters in Woodland, California. They had a revenue of 221 million and 1,300 employees in 2004 which has consistently increased till date.

6. DreamWorks Animation

DreamWorks Animation is a company which has produced a series of successful computer animated films. This American animation studio was declared as a public company in 2004. Their fortitude to take many big budget films shows their asset depth and profit strategy.

7. NetApp

NetApp has its headquarters in Sunnyvale, California. It the Fortune magazine's fifth best place to work. The primarily do computer storage and data management.They had a net income of $400 million and a total asset of $6 billion in 2010.

8. Boston Consulting Group

The Boston Consulting Group is one of the leaders in business strategy advising and is recognized as an excellent business management consultant.They have a revenue of $ 2.75 billion and a total of 4,400 employees.

9. Qualcomm

Qualcomm is the world's largest fabless chip supplier. Its an American wireless telecommunications research and development company.They had a revenue of $11 billion and asset of $30 billion in 2010. Recent reports have shown that they have good potential growth prospectus.

10. Camden Property Trust

Camden is is one of the largest traded Real Estate Investment Trust in the United States. The company has #7 position as the best place to work by the fortune magazine.They have the headquarters in Houston, Texas and has over 1,800 employees.The operates 186 properties containing 63,316 apartments.

While investing, it's always better to invest in quality firms rather than going for cheaper shares. Always remember that if the shares are cheap for a company there is a a reason for it.

11. Facebook | Should I Invest on Facebook Share?

Facebook have been growing by leaps and bounds since the last few years. There are confusing talks whether to invest in Facebook shares or not. However, comparing with many other new companies to invest in, Facebook is definitely an excellent option. We might get a little over-exaggerated at this point as many of us may be frequent users and could have an emotional soft-side about its valuation. So let's see the fact that would help us take a decision:

  • The Facebook is valued at $100 billion which is twice as much as Boeing and thrice as much as Starbucks.
  • Facebook's margin will remain 30%.
  • Facebook has an average monthly users count of 1 billion.

However, it is advisable not to fall for the initial frenzy for grabbing facebook shares in the first week after the IPO. There is still lot sweet time of your's to watch the game and speculate where things are going. May be after the stock price and market competition stabilizes you could clearly take a decision on investing in facebook.


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      Jack Baumann 

      6 years ago from St. Louis, Missouri

      Thanks for the article nanospek, informative stuff

    • iguidenetwork profile image


      6 years ago from Austin, TX

      Google for me is the best bet for the time being, but I think that the other companies are worth checking out, thanks for sharing. I'll share it.

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      6 years ago

      long time no see nev it took me ages to find it i think this is the link and details , there there most competitive in the game , mention d fetons

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    • monicamelendez profile image


      6 years ago from Salt Lake City

      You're right about Google. They're a monster. They aren't going away for a very very long time, if ever.

    • nanospeck profile imageAUTHOR

      Akhil Anil 

      7 years ago

      This is a very good step Rusti. Its good to research well on new companies before investing. If done well they are sure to give you lucrative returns over time for years. Good luck for your endeavour.

    • Rusti Mccollum profile image

      Ruth McCollum 

      7 years ago from Lake Oswego, Oregon

      My husband and I have been looking to invest since ,when I had my accident, I was a teacher. I was forced to cash out my pension,or lose it.Same with my life insurance.All gone. Lately, I have been thinking, we can afford cruises, big vacations once a year with family or just my husband son and I. I want to still do vacations with our teenage son ,due to his focus not being on gaming, while on vacation. I know he's an only child and that's his connection to his friend after school.We have always tried to be educational as well as fun too. Vegas twice lol not so educational, except for learning it was built and in some instances still has mob ties. There is a lot of history about Vegas and the mob. Last year, We went to Mt Rushmore, Crazy horse.The year before Grand Canyon and and places in between as we are usually driving or in my mother in laws motor home.we have a camper as well. This year is more fun than educational,we are going on a cruise to the ruins of Mexico , Belize, Cayman Islands etc. However we are young and still have a good 25-30 years left to travel. We NEED to find a way to invest in your retirement, something safe. We aren't trying to get rich, just have a little money safely tucked away and growing at the same time. So starting next Jan I am going to invest in something and I am studying what hubbers like you have to say, since I know nothing!I am spending THIS year learning to invest.

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      7 years ago

      Good info here. I tend to like "Dividend Aristocrats" and biotech myself. I also make some extra cash selling covered call options (in fact, I have a hub on option trading.) Good call on Facebook; I think the frenzy surrounding the IPO will be obscene.

    • NaturalGasStocks profile image


      7 years ago from New York, NY

      Nice hub. Any picks for small cap companies?

    • chronage profile image


      7 years ago from England

      where can i find good tips for investing in companies that are on the London Stock Exchange?

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      7 years ago

      Hard to take investment advice seriously with so many typos....

    • nanospeck profile imageAUTHOR

      Akhil Anil 

      7 years ago

      Google is something that always aims for the future. Recently they took the patent for driver-less cars ( implies significant importance given to the future) . From my research its worth investing :)

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      Paul Goodman 

      7 years ago from Florida USA

      Interesting and useful list. I have mixed feelings about Google, but there's no doubt that they are a major player and constantly innovating!

    • MarloByDesign profile image


      7 years ago from United States

      I would love to invest in Google - but I can only afford to buy a few shares. Do you think it is still worth it? Thank you.

    • themespotter profile image


      7 years ago from U.S.A.

      Good list. I've been following NetApp for a while and have been impressed with them..

    • BfoBarney profile image


      7 years ago from Australia

      I'll make sure to have a look into these companies, thank you.

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      7 years ago


    • againsttheodds profile image


      7 years ago

      A good area to invest in might be the "rare earths." That is if you have any trust in the stock market system which I would caution against. Check my articles on the subject if interested. They seem to be doing well since I wrote that and look to continue doing so for at least the short-term. I'd be careful about saying that the recession is almost over as it probably is just the beginning of things to come, but we are one and you can use your energy to overcome the evil forces.

    • RobertoPortales profile image


      7 years ago

      I think Altria (MO) is a great company to invest in, in today's market. I'm no smoker, but no matter what happens in the economy, people will still need their smokes. The price of the share doesn’t fluctuate much, but the company currently pays $1.64 per share, per year, which is a yield of 6.05%.

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      7 years ago

      it worth to check those company background before investing.cuto short our time

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      7 years ago

      jennie demario is hot

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      Venture Boyz 

      7 years ago from Floating in the clouds

      Wegmans is the spot! I am there at least once a week. You can bet that Google is not going anywhere anytime soon. It's only a matter of time before Google takes over the world. lol.

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      Jeff Hewitt 

      8 years ago

      Great hub - thanks for your hard work.

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      8 years ago

      Nice information, this information will be help full for all users.

      I would like visit agen so keep it up..

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      8 years ago from Sri Lanka

      Good collection of profitable companies. Thanks for the information.

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      Extinct Soul 

      8 years ago from 14°35'N 121°0'E

      very informative hub! ^_^ thanks for sharing!


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