This car-rental company has bounced back impressively from the lows of 2008-09.
Recovery services may not be a glamorous business, but it's booming in this economy.
Gordmans is a small Midwestern chain with a top-notch business model and stellar growth prospects.
Recent weakness in this technology supplier for financial services companies could be an buying ideal opportunity.
QlikTech is a leader in helping companies exploit user data, and its shares are now priced to own.
Some won't like this insurance firm's marketing strategy, but there's no question that it works.
It may be domiciled in Europe, but NXP is most certainly one to keep on your radar.
WageWorks, which provides employee benefit programs, is well positioned in a growing niche.
This freshly debuted firm has a massive dividend yield, while also being quite the sturdy vehicle.
Cencosud is like a LatAm Wal-Mart -- before it reached such stratospheric heights.

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