3 Monster Growth Stocks That Are Still Undervalued

A lackluster jobs report didn’t derail the markets last week. New jobs in April totaled only 266,000, far below the 978K expected, and the official unemployment rate, which had been predicted to come in at 5.8% actually ticked up slightly to 6.1%. Even so, the tech-weighted NASDAQ gained 0.88% in Friday’s session, the broader S&P 500 was up 0.75% at the end of the day. These gains brought the S&P to a new record level, with a year-to-date gain of 13%. The market’s growth so far this year has been broad-based, based as it is on a general economic reopening as the corona panic shrinks in the rear-view mirror. Broad-based market gains create a positive environment for growth stocks. Using the TipRanks database, we’ve pulled up three stocks that fit a profile: a Buy rating from Wall Street, recent share appreciation

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  • The 4th biggest advertising company, IPG outperformed its bigger rivals like WPP and Omnicom in 2020.
  • Insider identified the 16 execs who are key to helping CEO Philippe Krakowsky keep the momentum going.
  • They include Initiative’s Amy Armstrong and chief data and tech officer Arun Kumar.
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Philippe Krakowsky in January became CEO of IPG, the fourth-biggest ad holding company with agencies like McCann, MullenLowe, and Deutsch.

While Krakowsky may not have seemed like the obvious choice for the job, not having the financial or consulting chops typical to that type of position, sources described him as the quintessential advertising insider who’s long been active in new-business pitches, acquisitions, and PR crises.

As a 20-year vet of IPG, Krakowsky has close relationships with many of its executives across agencies. Executives told Insider that he often acts as a mentor and problem solver for agency

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Copper Just Smashed Past a Record. Here’s What You Need to Know

(Bloomberg) — Copper soared this week to an all-time high, continuing a sizzling rally that’s seen prices double in the past year.The previous copper record was set in 2011, around the peak of the commodities supercycle sparked by China’s rise to economic heavyweight status — fueled by massive amounts of raw materials. This time, investors are betting that copper’s vital role in the world’s shift to green energy will mean surging demand and even higher prices. Copper futures rose as high as $10,440 a ton in London on Friday. What’s the big deal about copper?Through human history, copper has played a critical role in many of civilization’s greatest advances: from early monetary systems to municipal plumbing, from the rise of trains, planes and cars to the devices and networks that underpin the information age.The reddish brown metal

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