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Five all-new small to mid-cap stocks for 2018

Allied Motion Technologies (AMOT)

This is probably the highest risk play on today’s list, but it’s also growing rapidly; shares of AMOT have gone from $6 to $31 over the past five years. The Denver based company makes motion control systems and solutions. These it markets directly to industries such as defense, medical, automobiles, and most intriguingly, robotics. Though it is worth just under $300 million, this is a profitable company with 6.4% annual revenue growth and 8.4% annual earnings growth. The need for robotics in all sorts of industries is expected to explode over the coming years, and AMOT could ride the wave higher.


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