Right now, the stock market is in the midst of one of the greatest rallies long-term investors have ever seen. This happens to coincide with the longest economic expansion in U.S. history, which now spans more than 10 years. If you bought into high-quality companies and trusted your investment theses, you’ve probably done quite well.
But as investors, we’re also keenly aware that no economic expansion can live on forever, no matter what conventional or unconventional methods the Federal Reserve uses to stimulate and/or stabilize the economy. Recession, the evil “R” word, is an inevitability at some point in the future, and that often spells doom for high growth stocks that carry around valuation premiums.
However, there are a handful of high-growth stocks that, frankly, won’t