There’s usually a trade off between a company’s growth rate and the stock volatility. Growth stocks tend to be more volatile. But this week I was curious to see if there were any stocks that bucked that trend. Maybe there will be a few smaller cap stocks that have good growth rates over the past five years and a beta of one or less. Here are ten stocks that:
- are domiciled in the United States
- have betas equal to or less than 1
- have a market cap between $500 million and $3 billion and
- have both cash flow and EPS five year growth rates of 10% or higher
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Companies listed are for educational purposes only. No investment recommendations are intended.