Raymond James' David Henwood Calls Best Stocks For 2014
Raymond James Chief Investment Officer David Henwood, who oversees and writes for the company's annual publication Analysts' Best Picks, gave his list of top stock picks for 2014 on CNBC's Squawk Box Friday morning.
“We pick solid names,” said Henwood.
“Names that are marketable; we think will have dependable performance of an extended period of time. Theses are names that should be good, for ah, you know two or three years; will outperform on a 12 month basis.”
The list consists of:
- Advanced Auto Parts (NYSE: AAP),
- Antero Resources (NYSE: AR),
- Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL),
- Cameron International (NYSE: CAM),
- Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA),
- Copa (NYSE: CPA),
- Ctrip.com (NASDAQ: CTRP),
- Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU),
- JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM),
- Newell Rubbermaid (NYSE: NWL),
- Praxair (NYSE: PX),
- Quintiles Transnational (NYSE: Q), and
- Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM).
Out of the 13 companies, Raymond James has stock totaling more than one percent in Apple, Antero Resources, Comcast, Ctrip.com, Intuit, and Quintiles Transnational. There is also a conflict with JPMorgan Chase; they do investment banking with the company amid other ties, including receiving a non-investment banking securities-related and non-securities-related compensations within the last year. Henwood himself has stock in Newell Rubbermaid, including shares of the common stock.
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