5 Stocks to Buy this April 2019

Looking for the best stocks to buy this April? Take a look at the recommendations below that will work for you whether you are a beginner starting to build your portfolio or a seasoned trader after more profits. These companies below are strong and solid, poised to grow regardless of what the future brings. Start investing today!


  1. Expedia Group (EXPE)

With a projected 10% annual revenue growth, online travel giant Expedia is a good long-term investment. The travel sector is booming and there is no stopping it. Getting on-board with Expedia is a logical step. Its corporate travel platform is expected to add high-teen percentage revenue growth over the next five years, along with its branches Trivago and HomeAway.

  1. Activision Blizzard (ATVI)

Activision is behind the largest video game titles in the world like Call of Duty, Overwatch, and World of Warcraft. In 2017, it enjoyed a growth margin of 18.7% and this will only balloon up to 28.5% by 2022. The added revenue will come from a console upgrade cycle, a surge in PC gaming and expansion of the mobile gaming market. If you are personally into videogames, this is a fantastic way to support your industry!

  1. Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)

The fact that there is one Starbucks on every corner says a lot. But the ceiling has not been reached. Last year, Starbucks opened 278 new stores between July and September alone in the China and Asia Pacific region. Sales in China grew 41% in the last quarter, and as a vote of confidence, the hedge fund titan Bill Ackman invested $900 million on SBUX shares mere months ago. What are you waiting for?

  1. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

There is no arguing that Johnson & Johnson proved to be one of the best blue-chip stocks of the last century. If you want a cash cow, this is it. Its three multibillion-dollar divisions in pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, and medical devices offer diversification and stability to weather the business cycle. Honestly, the economy can do very little to rock Tylenol, Band-Aid, and Neutrogena, don’t you agree?

  1. Salesforce.com (CRM)

Cloud giant Salesforce is currently experiencing its highest growth rates in years. In the past two years, it has been at a consistent 24% and it even surpassed that in the last quarter by posting a 28.1% growth. This can only improve with its acquisition of Mulesoft, ensuring Salesforce as the one-to-beat in the service cloud industry.