Three to Own for 2014 and Beyond

What makes a company special? To me, the most compelling investments are those that stand to benefit from changes in secular trends. Seeing their potential requires the investor to look beyond the obvious. The following companies stand on the cusp of these changing trends. Given sufficient vision and proper execution, these names stand to be big winners in 2014.

Apple (AAPL): Sales of wrist-worn fitness tracking devices are exploding. Next week's Consumer Electronics Show is expected to feature several next-generation versions of this product, possibly from Samsung and LG. Meanwhile, it's been nearly a year since Bloomberg reported that 100 product designers were working on the so-called iWatch, under the supervision of Jonny Ive....426 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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