2 Growth Stocks for the Next Decade
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Over the past six months, lots of great growth companies have seen their share prices fall pretty dramatically. John and David think there are two great growth stocks out there that are very much worth buying today. The first one is InvenSense, which makes motion sensors for electronic devices, including smartphones using Google's Android operating system. The company believes the previous issues at Qualcomm are behind it, putting InvenSense squarely back on the growth track.
The other stock is MAKO Surgical. The company has hit a slow patch, which is never good for a growth company. But its installed base of orthopedic surgical robots should help influence the next round of purchases. It may not be the next Intuitive Surgical, but it's got a great shot. As with any growth stock, it's important to take a long-term view. There will be ups and downs. But if the business has a good product and a big market to serve, the odds of success go up. That's why John and David own both of these companies in their real-money portfolio.
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The article 2 Growth Stocks for the Next Decade originally appeared on Fool.com.David Meier owns shares of InvenSense. John Reeves owns shares of Google. The Motley Fool owns shares of Google, InvenSense, Intuitive Surgical, MAKO Surgical, and Qualcomm. Motley Fool newsletter services recommend Google, Intuitive Surgical, and MAKO Surgical. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.