Stock Power Daily — Buy 1 Stock for the Next Wave of Industrial Automation

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Buy 1 Stock for the Next Wave of Industrial Automation

  • Despite an economy in disarray, industrial automation remains strong.

  • The industrial automation market will expand 51.4% from 2020 to 2025.

  • Today’s Power Stock brings automation to the factory floor, and it rates a 93 on our proprietary system.
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Matt Clark,
Research Analyst

Remember watching videos of early assembly lines at Ford Motor Company?

A small team of people would rush around a car as they worked to carefully lower the engine block into the chassis of a car.

Now, one person uses a keypad to tell a robot to do the exact same task with laser precision.

Go to any major auto manufacturer and that is exactly what you’ll see.

Factories of all sizes are adopting automation at a rapid pace — despite the global economy teetering on recession.

And the industrial automation market is expanding at a solid clip around the world:

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Global investment bank Harris Williams forecasts the size of the industrial automation market will hit $265 billion by 2025. That’s a 51.5% jump in just five years!

These are the kinds of mega trends that spark my interest for the Stock Power Daily.

And I know that our Stock Power Ratings system will help me find companies set to benefit from this massive market growth.

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The Housing Market Is Broken

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Michael Carr,
Editor, The Banyan Edge

Data on new home sales will be released later this week.

Some potential homebuyers are hopeful that prices will fall — last month’s report showed the median sales price dropped 2.8% from its all-time high.

But new homes are still out of reach for most buyers with median sales for November 2022 sitting at $471,200.

The chart below shows that just 10% of new homes are priced below $300,000.

And less than 1,000 homes priced below $200,000 were built in the past year. Before the pandemic, about 40% of new homes were at this price point.

Builders have abandoned the entry-level home. Sellers are also demanding a return on their investment which means once-affordable homes are now selling at a premium.

Bottom line: The housing market is strong for families that can afford the median home and unavailable to an increasingly large group of families.

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