As 2013 begins, savvy investors look to bolster their New Year returns. One of the best ways to accomplish this goal is to look for an industry rebound. In 2013, I believe that these four beaten-down companies will ride the resurgence in their industries.
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Chesapeake Energy (NYSE: CHK)
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The prospect of owning a junior miner is simply intriguing for investors. These minors have small market caps, and the opportunities to experience exponential growth. If production for the gold mines is successful, investors will hit a jackpot. The problem with these exciting investments is the high risks associated with them. Mine reports are released periodically, indicating the gold reserves a miner might have. These can be very volatile periods more »
Entropic Communications (NASDAQ: ENTR) has been a target of short sellers during this past year, falling from the 2011 high of $13.96. In June of 2012, 11.1 million shares are still short, representing 13.36 percent of Entropic's outstanding shares. A short squeeze has already started after Entrop rose 30 percent yesterday. But will the short squeeze continue, and will Entropic Communications continue to see a struggling more »
The People's Republic of China is home to over 1.3 billion people, which is one of the largest populations in the world. And according to the investment bank Goldman Sachs, China's middle class is expected to grow to 650 million by 2015. With a huge potential growing consumer base in China, opportunistic investors should be thinking of ways to capitalize on this opportunity. China Digital TV (NYSE: STVmore »)