4 Stocks With Rapidly Growing Profits

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Investors may want to consider the following stocks as they increase profits faster than sales, which may indicate efficient operating activities as profit margins increase along with growth.

Nvidia

The first stock to consider is Nvidia Corp. (NVDA, Financial), a Santa Clara, California-based producer of graphics processing units and system-on-chip units for the consumer electronics, computer hardware, semiconductor and video game industries.

On average, the company has seen its revenue per share over the past 12 months increase by 27.50% and its earnings per share increase by 31.80% per year over the past five years.

The stock closed around $173.19 per share on Friday for a market cap of $421.60 billion and a 52-week range of $140.55 to $346.47.

The company pays quarterly dividends. On July 1, the company distributed 4 cents per common share, generating a trailing and forward dividend yield of 0.09% at the time of this writing.

Analysts on the sell side of Wall Street issued a median overweight recommendation for this stock and set an average target price of $237.50 per share.

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Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN, Financial), a Seattle-based global e-commerce giant.

On average, the company has seen its revenue per share increase over the past 12 months by 26.70% and its earnings per share increase by 71.10% per year over the past five years.

The stock closed at around $122.42 per share on Friday for a market cap of $1.24 trillion and a 52-week range of $101.26 to $188.11.

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The company currently pays no dividends.

Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median buy recommendation for the stock and set an average target price of $168.14 per share.

Intel

The third stock that investors might consider is Intel Corp. (INTC, Financial), a semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California.

On average, the company has seen its revenue per share over the last 12 months increase by 10.30% and its earnings per share increase by 21.90% per year over the past five years.

The stock closed at around $39.20 per share on Friday for a market cap of $160.53 billion and a 52-week range of $35.54 to $56.28.

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The company pays quarterly dividends. On September 1, the company will distribute 36.5 cents per common share, which generates a dividend yield of 3.63% and a forward dividend yield of 3.71% at the time of writing.

Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median hold recommendation for the stock and set an average target price of $46.13 per share.

Microsoft

The fourth stock market that investors might consider is Microsoft Corp (MSFT, Financial), a developer, manufacturer, licensor and seller of computer software, personal computers and consumer electronics based in Redmond, Washington.

On average, the company has seen its revenue per share over the last 12 months increase by 14.30% and its earnings per share increase by 26.80% per year over the past five years.

The stock closed at around $260.36 per share on Friday for a market cap of $1.94 trillion and a 52-week range of $241.51 to $349.67.

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The company pays quarterly dividends. On Sept. 8, the company will distribute 62 cents per common share, which generates a rolling dividend yield of 0.93% and a forward dividend yield of 0.95% at the time of this writing.

Wall Street sell-side analysts issued a median buy recommendation for the stock and set an average target price of $340.35 per share.

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