7 high-growth stocks that you can add to your January shopping list


Growing stocks remain the most successful stocks in the last decade by a wide margin. These stocks were more successful in providing revenue and profit growth higher than the market average at a time when interest rates are still lower.

However, many of the stocks with the highest growth in 2021 had a mixed year. And 2022 will prove to be another confusing year for investors.

There is a further rise of the omicron version. Concerns about inflation continue to worry investors. in expectations now they may have noticed as many as four or more interest rate hikes this year (Wow for those with variable loans).

Accordingly, those looking at growth stocks in 2022 may need to rethink the types of businesses they want to have. Choosing companies with extremely high revenue growth rates, but short of no significant earnings, may be nonsense. Instead, there will be companies with established cash flows that print money faster – they are likely to do well.

In this regard, I have compiled a list of seven stocks that I believe will outperform the remaining stocks this year. These companies are large by nature, but they also provide impressive growth rates based on their size.

Let’s dive into these seven high-growth stocks that are on my January shopping list:

  • Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL)
  • Meta platform (NASDAQ:FB)
  • Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN)
  • Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA)
  • Sea Limited (NYSE:SE)
  • Roblox Corporation (NYSE:RBLX)

January Growth Shares: Growth Shares: Apple (AAPL)

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Let’s be honest, no list of stocks with the highest growth is complete without talking about Apple. This technology company is the largest in the world and the first to cross $ 3 trillion market capitalization milestone. This impressive growth in recent years has been partly due to multiple enlargements. To be fair, however, the entire market has undergone multiple expansions in recent years, so this is probably an unfair categorization.

In fact, Apple’s earnings growth in recent quarters has impressed even Apple’s biggest bikes. The company’s revenue continued to grow. However, investors who prefer AAPL shares have found that percentage of revenue originating from the iPhone, it has actually dropped from 60% to almost 50% in the last three years. For those looking for more diversified revenue streams, this shift is a very good thing.

Apple’s strong product offering, anticipation of a possible new EV and cash flow stability as a result of a loyal and predictable consumer base have lifted this stock to impressive heights. Apple is a world-class growth stock with tremendous long-term growth potential.

Meta platform (FB)

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The previous Facebook, Meta Platforms (we’re going to have to get used to that) is a big dog in the social media space. However, the change in Mark Zuckerberg’s name is noticeable and signals to investors that Facebook is looking far beyond the company’s existing core business for growth. Instead, Facebook wants to dominate the next frontier, the metaverse.

Now it should also be mentioned that Facebook’s brand renewal in Meto happened at an interesting time. The company was involved in a series of lawsuits, with negative advertising significantly damaging FB shares. Nothing but shifting the debate to something more positive.

However, this shift had a very positive effect on investor sentiment. Meta Platforms boasts impressive fundamentals that are expected to increase their earnings at an annual rate 21% over the next five years. This is some really solid growth and a growth rate for her size that many of her peers will find hard to keep up with.

As part of a growing stock portfolio, Meta Platforms currently fits well with any investor’s portfolio.

Growth stocks for January: Amazon (AMZN)

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Another absolute juggernaut in its field, Amazon is a leader in e-commerce in the US Indeed, globally, Amazon dominates the e-commerce landscape, expanding its presence into new markets and continuing to dominate this fast-growing space.

However, most Amazon investors know that this company is much more than an e-commerce superstar. Instead, Amazon has become a leader in cloud computing and is making impressive profits from this company, which is currently much smaller than its base e-commerce footprint.

Seattle-based cloud services are used by the world’s largest companies, e.g. Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), Facebook in BMW (OTCMKTS:BMWYY). This led to AWS it accounts for one-third of the cloud business, making it an industry leader.

This dominance of AWS is what saved the company from being left by shareholders in 2021. It’s also a deal that will make 2022 another profitable year for Amazon.

Those looking for stocks of the highest growth rate should include Amazon in the discussion. Although the valuation of this company is still elevated compared to others with mega-cap, this is for a reason. This is a quality long-term holding company that I intend to buy in the event of large declines in the near future.


NIO Stock: Shot from the outside of the Nio showroom at night.

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China has been a difficult place to invest over the past year. Despite a series of strong winds for the electric vehicle sector, Chinese player EV Nio has been on a rather declining trend recently. Currently, NIO shares remain well below the 50% high in 52 weeks.

A leader in China’s pure game electric vehicle sector, Nio is one Chinese company not yet destroyed by the government. Series of high-profile attacks about technology giants over the past year has certainly changed the perception of many investors towards China. This change in sentiment has affected NIO shares, although it remains to be seen to what extent investors set prices for factors that are ultimately unrelated to NIO’s business model.

Nio is a company that not only records impressive growth at home, but also spread to Europe, the world ‘s second largest EV market for China. This company increase supply by 100% on an annual basis and currently has $ 7.3 billion in cash and cash equivalents in its books. As far as EVs are concerned, these are some pretty impressive basics.

Of course, NIO shares are not cheap yet, even at these levels. However, those counting on long-term growth must like the way Nio is currently positioned.

Growth stocks for January: Nvidia (NVDA)

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As for the stocks with the highest growth for 2022, let’s take a look at one of the best in 2021. Right above the other high-flying ones is Nvidia, a chip maker that is gaining tremendous attention because of its growth profile.

Nvidia is focusing on making higher-end chips for higher-growth sectors. These include companies such as gambling, data centers and crypto mining operations. The use of Nvidia graphics processing chips and other products has accelerated impressively, resulting in a rising share price that has benefited investors. Last year alone, Nvidia shares rose more than 125%. All indications are that this is an amazing momentum going into 2022.

According to recent Nvidia earnings report, the company’s revenues from the sale of data centers and games of chance increased by 55% and 42% compared to the same period last year. The company is also in favor of growth in 2022, as Nvidia predicts quarterly revenue growth will increase to $ 7.4 billion from the fourth quarter of 2022.

In terms of top growth stocks, Nvidia is definitely worth a visit in January, especially in the event of a fall.

Sea Limited (SE)

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Singapore-based Sea Limited is a growth stock that has had, so to speak, a mixed year. That stock has fell by almost 50% from the top of the company in the fourth quarter of last year. Accordingly, this is a share of growth that many investors think is currently on the ropes.

Much of this declining trend has been attributed to the current environment, which does not favor high-growing technology stocks. Rising interest rates and the macro environment are certainly unfavorable for many companies in Sea Limited shoes. However, other longer-term investors may like the value on which this stock is based after this fall.

This company remains a key competitor in key sectors such as e-commerce, digital payments and gambling. Revenue growth from the e-commerce segment of businesses in recent quarters was three-digit. Accordingly, those looking for the “Asian Amazon” definitely like the Sea Limited position.

Sea Limited is a unique game in a high-growth geographical area with its own set of unique risks and rewards. This makes this stock harder to estimate. However, those with a more diversified approach to growth may want to put this stock on the watch list for January.

Inventory growth for January: Roblox Corporation (RBLX)

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Last but not least, we have Roblox. In terms of stocks with the highest growth to be considered in 2022, Roblox is the best stock that many investors are currently looking for.


Well, Roblox is a key metaverse game that has experienced incredible growth in recent years. The company reported revenue growth 102% in the previous quarter compared to last year. This happened when bookings increased by 28% over the same period and average daily users by 31%.

Any company with three-digit growth is likely to gain a lot of attention from investors in growth. However, it is noticeable that the margins of this company are also impressive, which raises expectations about the growth of cash flow in the future. As a key share of the metaverse, many investors believe Roblox’s influence will only increase over time. For a platform for which users have spent more than 11 billion hours last quarter on its gaming platform it says something.

The recent fall of this stock is noteworthy, and investors looking for growth stocks that would be on the watch list in January may want to consider. Personally, this is a stock that I am currently following closely for these reasons.

At the time of publication, Chris MacDonald did not hold (directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and are the subject of InvestorPlace.com Guidelines for publication.

Chris MacDonald’s love of investing has led him to pursue an MBA in finance over the past 15 years and to take on a number of leadership roles in corporate finance and venture capital. His past experience as a financial analyst, along with his zeal in finding undervalued growth opportunities, contribute to his conservative, long-term investment perspective.


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