10 Stocks That Can Rise Short Term Amid Market's Swings

Mark Kolakowski | October 11, 2018

10 Stocks That Can Rise Short Term Amid Market's Swings
The stock market's sharp downdraft and rising volatility are prompting many investors to look for stocks that are most likely to buck the tide in the short term. They might consider the most recent "conviction" list from Morgan Stanley. "Our analysts believe that one or more imminent events will drive the share price materially over the next 15-60 days" for the stocks on this list, the firm writes in a report. With the third quarter earnings season now at hand, Morgan Stanley analysts have the highest “conviction" for possible short-term gains regarding these 10 stocks: Anthem Inc. (ANTM), AT&T Inc. (T), Diamondback Energy Inc.

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