The best performing stocks increased by 60.77 percent over the whole year while the worst performer declined by 17.34 percent.
In total, we can summarize that the year 2013 was a good year for all investors. Big money came in due to the monetary policy and helped to boost stocks at all-time highs.
Today I would like to fix this lack by showing you some higher yielding stocks with great earnings growth forecasts.
In addition, the valuation could not be cheap because of the higher growth rates but they should be acceptable. These are my criteria in detail:
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